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Anatomy upper extremity muscles

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Extensor Carpi ulnaris P.M. - U.D. Action - Wrist extension/U.D.
Extensor carpi radialis longus P.M. - Extension/R.D.
Flexor Carpi Radialis P.M. - U.D. Action - wrist flexion/U.D.
Flexor carpi radialis P.M. - wrist Flexion/R.D. (golfer's elbow)
flexor digitorium profundus DIP flexion of 4 fingers
flexor digitorium sublimis PIP flexion of 4 fingers; wrist flexion
extensor digitorium communis MP extension of 4 fingers; wrist extension
extensor indicus proprius MP extension of index finger
extensor digiti minimi MP extension of pinky
flexor pollicis longus DIP flexion of thumb
flexor pollicis brevis MP flexion of thumb
extensor pollicis longus DIP extension of thumb; wrist R.D.
extensor pollicis brevis MP extension of thumb; abduction of thumb
opponens pollicis Thumb opposition (flexion and adduction)
opponens digiti minimi 5th finger opposition
adductor pollicis Thumb adduction
abductor pollicis longus Thumb abduction/extension
abductor pollicis brevis thumb abduction
abductor digiti minimi abduction of the 5th finger (pinky)
dorsal interossei abduction of the 2nd 4th and 5th fingers
ventral interossei adduction of the 2nd 4th and 5th fingers
lumbricales MP flexion
brachioradialis elbow flexion/supination/semisupination (flexion with hand in natural position)
Deltoid P.M. - shoulder flexion/abduction Action - shoulder flexion/abduction/IR/ER Part of S-I-T muscles
supraspinatus P.M. - Shoulder ER Action - Shoulder abduction (above 90) IR Part of S-I-T muscles
Infraspinatus P.M. - shoulder ER (Part of S-I-T muscles)
Teres Minor P.M. Shoulder ER Part of S-I-T muscles
Subscapularis Shoulder IR ("Rotator Cuff = SIT muscles)
Teres Major P.M. - Shoudler IR Action - Shoulder IR/extension/adduction
coracobrachialis Shoulder flexion/adduction
Biceps brachii P.M. - Elbow Flexion Action - Shoulder/elbow flexion; supination
Triceps P.M. - Elbow Extension Action - Shoulder/elbow Extension
Supinator Elbow Supination
pronator quadratus elbow pronation
brachialis elbow flexion
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