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Muscles

Scapular/Shoulder Joint Muscles

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Upper Trapezium O: Occipital bone I: Acromion process A: Scapula elevation
Middle Trapezium O: Spinal process C7-T3 I: Scapular spine A: Scapular retraction
Lower Trapezium O: Spinal process between middle and lower thoracic vertebra I: base of the scapular spine A: Scapular depression
Serratus Anterior O: 1st 8 ribs I: Anterior surface of vertebral boarder of scapula A: Protraction
Levator Scapulae O: First 4 vertebraes I: Vertebral boarder of scapula A: Elevation (same as upper Trapezium)
Rhomboid O: Spinal process C7-T5 I: Vertebral boarder of scapula A: Retraction
Pectoralis Minor O: 3-5 ribs I: Coracoid process of the scapula A: Scapula depression
Anterior Deltoid O: 1/3 lateral clavicle I: Deltoid tuberosity A: Shoulder flexion
Middle Deltoid O: Acromion process I: Deltioid tuberosity A: Shoulder abduction
Posterior Deltoid O: Spine of the scapula I: Deltoid tuberosity A: Shoudler extension
Infraspinatus O: Infraspinatus fossa of the scapula I: Great tubercle of the humerus A: Shoulder external rotation
Supraspinatus O: Supraspinatus ossa of the scapula I: Greater tubercle of the humerus A: Shoulder abduction
Teres Major O: Axiallary boarder of the scapula I: Lesser tubercle of the humerus A: Shoulder internal rotation/shoulder extension/ adduction
Teres Minor O: Axillary boarder of the scapula I: Greater tubercle of the humerus A: Shoulder external rotation
Subscpaularius O: Subscapularis fossa of the scapula I: Lesser tubercle of the humerus A: Shoulder internal rotation
Pectoralis Major (clavicular portion) O:Medial half of clavicle I: Lateral biciptal groove of the humerus A: Shoulder flexion
Pectoralis Major (sternal) O: Sternum I: Lateral Biciptal groove of the humerus A: Shoulder extension
Created by: Genevadarcius
 

 



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