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Upper Extremity II

axila, brachial plexus, nerves and muscles, vessels

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Origin of long head of biceps brachii supraglenoid tubercle of scapula
deep brachial artery is a branch of brachial artery
common insertion of three heads of triceps brachii olecranon
origin of short head of biceps brachii coracoid process
formed from lower anterior division medial cord
branches of upper trunk of brachial plexus include nerves t subclavius and suprascapular
muscles in posterior of arm are innervated by radial nerve
gives rise to radial and axillary nerves posterior cord
runs with brachial artery in arm median nerve
each have one pectoral branch on BP lateral and medial cords
forms from 3 posterior divisions posterior cord
receives contributions from lateral and medial cords median nerve
part of humerus that articulates with ulna trochlea
inserts on tuberosity of radius biceps brachii tendon
largest artery in anterior of arm brachial artery
lateral cord becomes __ musculocutaneous nerve
only anterior arm muscle that doesn't act on forearm coracobrachialis
origin of long head of triceps infraglenoid tubercle of scapula
forms medial border of axilla serratus anterior
innervates anterior compartment muscles of arm musculocutaneous nerve
___ & ___ ___ arteries contribute anastomoses at elbow radial & ulnar collateral
largest artery in posterior compartment of arm deep brachial artery
strongest flexor of forearm brachialis
branches of posterior cord in shoulder upper subscapular, lower subscapular & thoracodorsal nerves
mediate pronation & supination radioulnar joints
insertion of brachialis coronoid process of ulna
muscles supplied by posterior cord are functionally extensors
origin of lateral head of triceps humerus superior to radial groove
tendon of ____ head of ____ runs through capsule of shoulder joint long head of biceps
deep brachial artery runs with ___ nerve radial nerve
anterior primary rami of spinal nerves in brachial plexus are called roots
branches from roots of BP are the ___ and ___ nerves long thoracic and dorsal scapular nerves
radial nerve is associated with the ___ of humerus radial groove
upper & middle anterior divisions of BP form the ___ lateral cord
ligament that surrounds the head of the radius annular ligament
Created by: utdr14