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Health test- Arm

Grade 9

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Biceps (Brachii) Involved in the movement of the elbow and shoulder and lifts the forearm
Triceps (Brachii) The triceps extend the forearm at the elbow and help to stabilize the shoulder joint
Extensors (forearm) Participate in extending the tips of the fingers upwards
Flexors (forearm) Participate in flexing the tips of the fingers down
Pronator teres Flexor; pronates the forearm
Brachioradialis Flexor; beer drinker; moves the forearm toward the upper arm
Brachialis Flexor; primary flexor of the elbow
Palmaris Longus Flexor; creates flexion in the wrist and hand
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris Flexor; adducts the hand at the wrist joint; runs on the inside of the forearm above the ulna
Flexor Carpi Radialis Flexor; abducts the hand at the wrist joint; runs on the inside of the forearm above the radius
Extensor Digitorum Extensor; main extensor of the fingers
Extensor Digit Minini Extensor; specializes in extending the pinky
Extensor Carpi Radialis Extensor; extends and abducts the hand at the wrist
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris Extensor; extends and adducts the hand at the wrist
Anconeus Extensor; stabilizes and extends the elbow
Where is the bicep? Lies along the front of the humerus, attached at two points on the scapula (shoulder blade)
Where is the tricep? On the back of the humerus
Created by: Abby Jayden S.
 

 



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