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the bones that make up the elbow jt: distal humerus, proximal ulna & proximal radius
how many degrees of freedom do the proximal & distal radioulnar jts have? 1
what bony landmark on the radius articulates with the capitulum of the humerus? radial head
when the forearm is supinated, the radius & ulna are crossed/uncrossed position? uncrossed
name the 3 most significant ligaments about the elbow. medial & lateral collateral, annular
the angulation that exists between the humerus and the forearm is called the _______ and is less/more in women vs men. carrying angle / more
the radial tuberosity is the insertion of the: biceps brachii
what nerve innervates the brachioradialis? radial
what action does the brachioradialis have on the forearm? none - it flexes the elbow
name the origin of the long head of the triceps infraglenoid tubercle of the scapula
what is the insertion of the brachialis? coronoid process and ulnar tuberosity of the ulna
the origin of the supinator is: lateral epicondyle of humerus and adjacent ulna
name the 2 mm that work the elbow and are innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve? brachiallis, biceps
what nerve innervates both the pronator teres and the pronator quadratus? median
name the tissue that runs between the radius & ulna & whose function is to help stabilize these 2 bones as we move. interosseous membrane
list the 5 actions of the pec major flex, ext, add, horizontal add, med rot
name actions of the rhomboids on the scap retraction, elevation & downward rotation
the origin of the biceps short head is corocoid process of the scapula
what is the innervation of the latissimus dorsi? thoracodorsal nerve
which mm make attachment to the humerus Supraspinatus,Latissimus dorsi, Pectoralis major, Deltoid muscle, Brachioradialis, Extensor carpi radialis longus, Subscapularis ,Teres major, Coracobrachialis, Brachialis, Pronator teres
mm that move the scap traps, levator scap, rhomboids, serratus anterior, pec minor
3 mm that insert on or near a lip (medial or lateral) of the bicipital groove of the humerus pec major, lat dorsi, teres major
what is the insertion of the flexor carpi ulnaris? pisiform & base of the fifth metacarpal
the general origin of the pronator teres is the: medial epicondyle of the humerus
which mm connect the scapula to the ulna & radius triceps & biceps
identify the elbow & forearm motion in the following activity. bring a spoonful of soup to your mouth. elbow flexion, forearm supination
the extensor carpi radialis longus originates from the: supracondylar ridge of the humerus (lateral epicondyle)
the palmaris longus inserts on the: palmar fascia
the distal component of the radiocarpal jt is made up of the scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum
name the ligaments that support the medial & lateral sides of the wrist jt. radial collateral ligament, ulnar collateral ligament
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