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insertion muscle

QuestionAnswer
trapezius spine of scapula
rhomboideus dorsal border of scapula
serratus ventralis serrated face of scapula
omotransversarius distal end of spine of scapula
brachipcephalicus cranial border of distal humerus
latissimus dorsi teres major tuberosity
superficial pectoral crest of greater tubercle of humerus
deep pectoral lesser and greater tubercles of humerus
supraspinatus greater tubercle of humerus
infraspinatus lateral surface of greater tubercle of humerus
deltoideus deltoid tuberosity
subscapularis lesser tubercle of humerus
teres major teres major tuberosity OF HUMERUS
biceps brachii medial aspect of the proximal radius and ulna
brachialis medial aspect of the proximal radius and ulna
tensor fascia antebrachii olecranon
triceps brachii tuber olecrani
extensor carpi radialis dorsal aspect of proximal extremity of 2nd & 3rd metacarpal bones
common digital extensor extensor process of the distal phalanges of the weight-bearing digits
lateral digital extensor -common digital extensor tendon inserting on the insertion process of the distal phalanges of digits 3-5 -proximal/middle phalanges of same digits
ulnaris lateralis -proximal end of 5th metacarpal bone -accessory carpal bone
abductor pollicus longus proximal end of the first metacarpal bone
flexor carpi ulnaris accessory carpal bone
flexor carpi radialis palmar aspect of proximal ends of 2nd and 3rd metacarpal bones
superficial digital flexor palmar surface of the proximal end of the middle phalanx of the weight-bearing digits
deep digital flexor palmar surface of distal phalanx of all five digits
Created by: jesters
 

 



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