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DukePAArmMuscles

ArmMuscles

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Biceps Brachii Long and Short Heads Flex Glenohumeral Joint and Elbow Supinates Forearm
Coracobrachialis Flex Glenohumeral Joint
Brachialis Flex Elbow
Triceps Brachii Three Heads- attach Scapula & Humerus Extends Glenohumeral Joint Extends Elbow
Triceps Brachii Innervation Radial Nerve
Nursemaids Elbow Dislocation of the proximal radius
Anterior Forearm Innervation Mostly Median Nerve
Pronator Teres Pronate Forearm
Flexor carpi radialis Flex and Abduct Wrist
Palmaris longus Variably Absent! Flex wrist Tense Palmar aponeurosis
Flexor Carpi ulnaris Flex and adduct wrist
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris Innervation Ulnar Nerve
Flexor Digitorum Superficialis Flex Digits 2-5 (MCP and PIP)
Flexor Digitorum Profundus Flex digits 2-5 (MCP, PIP & DIP)
Flexor Pollicus Longus Flex Thumb (MCP and IP Joints)
Pronator Quadratus Pronate forearm
Innervation of Posterior Forearm Radial Nerve
Anterior Forearm Movements Abduct/Adduct Wrist Flex Wrist Flex MCP/IP Joints Pronate Forearm
Posterior Forearm Movements Abduct/Adduct Wrists Extend Wrist Extend MCP/IP Joints Supinate Forearm
Brachioradialis (Post FA) Flex Elbow
Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus/Brevis (Post FA) Extend/Abduct Wrist
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris (Post FA) Extend/Adduct Wrist
Extensor Digitorum (Post. FA) Extends Digits 2-5 (MCP,PIP, DIP) Extend Wrist
Extensor Digiti Minimi (Post FA) Extends Digit 5 (MCP, PIP, DIP)
Extensor indicis (Post FA) Extend Second Digit (Index Finger)
Extensor Pollicis Longus (Post FA) Extend Thumb (CMC, MCP, IP)
Extensor Pollicus Brevis (Post FA) Extend Thumb (CMC, MCP)
Abductor Pollicis Longus (Post FA) Abduct and Extend Thumb
Supinator (Post FA) Supinates Forearm
What is the function of the Extensor Retinaculum Holds Tendons of Extensors in Place Tendons Surrounded by Synovial Sheaths Common Site of Synovial (Ganglionic) Cysts
What is Golfers Elbow? Medial Epicondylitis
What is Tennis Elbow? Lateral Epicondylitis
What are the three muscle compartments in the hand? Thenar, Hypothenar, Central
Palmar Aponeurosis Condensation of Deep Fascia covering the palm
What is the innervation of the thenar muscles? Median Nerve
What is the innervation of the hypothenar and Central Muscles? Ulnar Nerve
Name the three thenar muscles? Abductor Pollicis Brevis Flexor Pollicis Brevis Opponens Pollicis
Name the three Hypothenar Muscles? Abductor Digiti Minimi Flexor Digiti Minimi Brevis Opponens Digiti Minimi
Adductor Pollicis Muscle Central Compartment Adduct Thumb Ulnar Nerve Innervation
Lumbrical Muscle Flex MCP, Extend IP Joints Inserts on Extensor Hoods Innervated 1/2 Median, 1/2 Ulnar
Palmar Interossei Adduct Fingers
Dorsal Interossei Abduct Fingers
What is the innervation to the palmar and dorsal interossei? Ulnar Nerve
What makes up the lateral border of the Anatomical Snuff Box? Extensor pollicis brevis Abductor Pollicis longus
What makes up the medial border of the Anatomical Snuff Box? Extensor Pollicis Longus
What makes up the floor of the anatomical snuff box? Scaphoid
What runs through the snuff box? Radial Artery
Ulnar Nerve innervates what parts of the hand? Hypothenar Muscles Palmar/Dorsal Interossei Adductor Pollicic Medial 2 Lumbricals And Sensory for the medial hand
Median Nerve Innervates What parts of the hand? Thenar Muscles Lateral 2 Lumbricals Sensory: Lateral Hand
Radial Nerve Innervates What parts of the hand? Sensory ONLY to Postero-Lateral Hand
Created by: alison.simpson
 

 



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