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Arm and Shoulder


Flexes the trunk, compresses abdomen Rectus abdominis
Medial or internal rotation of the shoulder Subscapularis
Flexes the elbow and supinates the forearm Biceps
Flexes and laterally bends trunk rotation to opposite side. External Obliques
This muscle is a common injection site Deltoid
Flexes the elbow with forearm in mid position Brachioradialis
External rotation of the shoulder Teres Minor
Extends and adducts the shoulder (humerus) Latissimus Dorsi
External rotation of shoulder Supraspinatus
Flexes proximal, middle, distal phalanges Flexor Digitorum Profundus
Flexes the proximal and middle phalanges Flexor Digitorum Superficialis
Flexes the head bilaterally, rotates to opposite side and unilateral bend or flexion of neck Sternocleidomastoid
The 4 rotator cuff muscles or SITS muscles are Supraspinatus, Infraspinates, Treres Minor, Subsapularis
The deltoid has 3 diffrent sections, anterior middle, posterior. What movement goes with these. anterior= flexion middle= abduction posterior= extension
Created by: Alechia1