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mm's of shouldr/arm

origin and insertion

origin of pectoralis major sternum and medial half of clavicle
insertion of pectoralis major bicipital groove of humerus
origin of pectoralis minor external 3-5 ribs
insertion of pectoralis minor coracoid process of scapula
origin of coracobrachialis coracoid process of scapula
insertion of coracobrachialis anterior brachial region
origin of biceps brachii supraglenoid tubercle of scapula and coraoid process of scapula
insertion of biceps brachii radial tuberosity
origin of brachialis anterior lower half of humerus
insertion of brachialis coronoid process of ulna, ulnar tuberosity
origin of upper trapezius occipital bone to C5
insertion of upper trapezius acromion process of scapula, lateral 3rd of clavicle
origin of middle trapezius spinous process of C5-T6
insertion of middle trapezius (all across posterior scapula), acromion and spine of scapula
origin of lower trapezius spinous process of T6-T12
insertion of lower trapezius spine of scapula
origin of latissimus dorsi T6 to sacrum and iliac crest
insertion of latissimus dorsi bicipital groove of anterior side of humerus
origin of levator scapulae Transverse processess of C1-C4
insertion of levator scapulae superior angle of scapula
origin of rhomboid major Spines of C7-T5
insertion of rhomboid major medial border of scapula
origin of serratus anterior anterior 8 or 9 ribs
insertion of serratus anterior underneath scapula and attaches to medial border of scapula
origin of anterior deltoid anterior surface of clavicle
insertion of anterior deltoid deltoid tuberosity of humerus
origin of middle deltoid lateral border of acromion process
insertion of middle deltoid deltoid tuberosity of humerus
origin of posterior deltoid spine of scapula and acromion
insertion of posterior deltoid deltoid tuberosity of humerus
origin of supraspinatus supraspinous fossa of scapula
insertion of supraspinatus greater tubercle of humerus
origin or infraspinatus infraspinous fossa of scapula
insertion of infraspinatus greater tubercle of humerus
origin of teres minor dorsal surface of scapula
insertion of teres minor greater tubercle of humerus
origin of subscapularis subscapular fossa on anterior scapula
insertion of subscapularis lesser tubercle of humerus to greater tubercle of humerus
origin of teres major lower posterior lateral border of scapula
insertion of teres major biipital groove of humerus
origin of triceps brachii infraglenoid tubercle of scapula,post. prox. humerus, posterior lower diaphysis of humerus
insertion of triceps brachii olecranon process of ulna
origin of anconeus posterior part of lateral epicondyle of the humerus
insertion of anconeus lateral olecranon process and posterior surface of ulna
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