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Shoulder flexion MMT tests which muscles? Ant delt & coricobrachialis
What is nml ROM for shoulder flexion? 0-180 degrees
What are O's and I's for ant delt? O:lateral 1/3 of clavicle I:deltoid tuberosity
What are O's and I's for ant coricobrachialis? O:coricoid process I:1/3 of medial humerus shaft
What muscles are tested with shoulder extension? Lats, post delt, teres major
What are the O's and I's for the lats? O: T6-L5, sacral vertebrae, & post iliac crest I: intertubercular sulcus (humerus)
What are the O's and I's for the post delt? O: scapular spine, lat & post borders I: deltoid tuberosity
What are the O's and I's for the teres major? O: dorsal surface of inf angle (scapula) I: intertubercular sulcus (humerus)
What muscles are tested with shoulder abduction? mid delt, supraspinatus
What are the O's and I's for the mid delt? O:acromion process I:deltoid tuberosity
What are the O's and I's for the supraspinatus? O: supraspinous fossa (scapula) I: greater tubercle (humerus) & glenohumeral capsule
What muscles are tested with shoulder internal rotation? Subscapularis, Pectoralis major, Latissimus dorsi, Teres major
What are the O's and I's for the subscapularis? O: fossa on costal surface of scapula I: lesser tubercle (humerus) & glenohumeral capsule
What are the O's and I's for the pec major? O: sternal half of clavicle, ant surface of sternum to rib 6 I: intertubercular sulcus (humerus)
What muscles are being tested with shoulder exterior rotation? Infraspinatus, Teres minor
What are the O's and I's for the infraspinatus? O: infraspinous fossa, infraspinous fascia I: greater tubercle (humerus)
What are the O's and I's for the teres minor? O: sup 2/3 of lateral border (scapula) I: greater tubercle & shaft of humerus, glenohumeral capsule
Created by: txst fall 2008
 

 



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