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Upper Extremity

Upper Extremity Anatomy - DMS 103

Which vein is located on the lateral aspect of the brachium cephalic
Which fascial compartment of the forearms is responsible for extending the fingers? posterior
Which muscle is the most inferior muscle of the rotator cuff? teres minor
Which muscle is the most superior muscle of the rotator cuff? supraspinatus
What is the name of the superolateral projection of the scapula? acromion process
Which artery feeds the arteries of the upper extermities? axillary
What is the name of the depression on the posteroinferior aspect of the distal humerus? olecranon fossa
Which artery runs through the upper arm? brachial
Which vein is on the medial aspect of the brachium? basilic
Which muscle sits on the anterior portion of the scapula? subscapularis
What structure does the humeral head articulate with? glenoid fossa
The tendon of which portion of the biceps runs through the bicipital groove? long head
What is the name of the anterior projection of the scapula? coracoid process
What is the name of the muscle that sits below the scapular spine? infraspinatus
Which portion of the biceps muscle does NOT bass through the bicipital groove? short head
Which muscular compartment of the forearm is responsible for flexing the wrist? anterior
What connects the radius and ulna together? interosseous membrane
What is the name of the nerve that passes through the carpal tunnel? median
Which teres muscle is NOT a part of the rotator cuff? teres major
Created by: krochette



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