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medial & lateral rotation of the shoulder takes place around a : axis running top to bottom
the shd jt has ___ degrees of freedom 3
the greater tubercle is the attachment for ___ mm 3
a structure that helps to deepen the glenoid fossa is the: glenoid labrum
what mm make up the rotator cuff? supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis
the shd ligament that is most often involved in impingement is: coracoacromial ligament
all of the following are actions of the posterior deltoid: shd abduction, ext, hyperext, lat rotation, horizontal abduction
the pectoralis major mm inserts on the: lateral lip of the bicipital groove
the spinous processes of T7 - L5, the posterior surface of the sacrum, iliac crest and the lower 3 ribs is the origin of the: latissimus dorsi
internal rotation of the humerus is accomplished by a mm that originates on the axillary border of the scapula near the inferior angle. name this mm teres major
another internal rotator of the shd jt is subscapularis
which portion of the pec major mm helps with flexion of the humerus? the clavicular portion
winging of the scapula takes place with weakness of the: serratus anterior
what is the rotational direction that the levator scapula acts on the scapula downward rotation
the upper trap & the levator scapula both cause: elevation
where does the short head of the biceps tendon originate? coracoid process
what is the insertion of the pec minor? coracoid process of the scapula
name the innervation of the rhomboids dorsal scapular nerve
what mm ext the shd? post delt, lat dorsi, teres major, pec major (sternal)
teres major is innervated by lower subscapular
infraspinatus is innervated by suprascapular
deltoid is innervated by axillary
pec major is innervated by medial/lateral pectoral
subscapularis is innervated by upper & lower subscapular nerve
lat dorsi is innervated by thoracodorsal
mm that cause horizontal abduction of the shd jt post delt, infraspinatus, teres minor
the _____ is a circumferential groove that separates the head of the humerus from the greater tubercle anterior neck
name the 5 medial rotators of the humerus lat dorsi, teres major, subscapularis, pec major, anterior deltoid
abductors of the humerus: deltoid, supraspinatus
actions of pec major flexion, ext, shd add, medial rotation & horizontal add
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