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Elbow muscles

OIA

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Biceps Brachii: Long Head O: supraglenoid tubercle I: radial tuberosity; bicepital aponeurosis A: supination (primary), elbow flexion
Biceps Brachii: Short Head palm up O: coracoid process; upper lip of glenoid fossa I: radial tuberosity; bicepital aponeurosis A: supination and elbow flexion
Brachialis palm down O: distal half anterior humeral shaft I: coranoid process A: primary elbow flexor
Brachioradialis hammer curls O: supracondylar ridge I: styloid process A: elbow flexion
Pronator Teres Anterior O: medial condyloid ridge, medial proximal ulna I: middle 1/3 of lateral radius A: pronation
Pronator Quadratus Anterior O: distal ¼ of the anterior ulna I: distal ¼ of anterior radius A: pronation
Triceps Brachii: Long Head O: infraglenoid tubercle I: olecranon process A: elbow extension
Triceps Brachii: Lateral Head O: Superior half of the posterior humerus I: olecranon process A: elbow extension
Triceps Brachii: Medial Head O: distal 2/3 of posterior humerus I: olecranon process A: elbow extension
Supinator Posterior O: lateral epicondyle I: lateral, proximal radius A: supination
Anconeus O: posterior lateral condyle I: posterior, lateral olecranon process A: Elbow extension
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