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Elbow OIA's

QuestionAnswer
Biceps Origin scapula and coracoid
Biceps Insertion tuberosity of radius
Biceps Action flexes elbow and supinates forearm
Brachialis Origin Mid humerus
Brachialis Insertion ulna
Brachialis Action flexion of elbow
Brachioradialis Origin Upper humerus
Brachioradialis Insertion styloid process of radius
Brachioradialis Action flexion of elbow
Triceps Origin 1 scapula 2 upper humerus 3 mid humerus
Triceps Insertion olecranon
Triceps Action extends elbow
Supinator Origin Lateral epicondyle of humerus
Supinator Insertion radial tuberosity
Supinator Action supination
Pronator Teres Origin medial epicondyle of humerus
Pronator Teres Insertion mid radius
Pronator Teres Action pronation
Anconeus Origin lateral epicondyle of radius
Anconeus Insertion olecranon
Anconeus Action extends elbow
Pronator Quadratus Origin distal 1/4 ulna
Pronator Quadratus Insertion distal 1/4 radius
Pronator Quadratus Action pronation
Created by: Steph_dunne8