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Stack #61639- ARM

Stack #61639 Mass 292 week 1

Biceps brachii long head-tubercle above glenoid cavity; short head-coracoid process radial tuberosity and bicipital aponeurosis flexes forearm @elbow, supinates forearm at radioulnar joints; flexes arm @ shoulder musculocutaneous
Coracobrachialis coracoid process of scapula middle of medial surface of shaft of humerus flexes and adducts arm @ shoulder musculocutaneous
Deltoid acromial extremity of clavicle; acromion; spine of scapula deltoid tuberosity of humerus LATERAL fibers ABDUCT at shoulder; anterior fibers flex and medially rotate; posterior fibers extend and laterally rotate arm at shoulder axillary
Triceps brachii long head, lateral, medial; long head: infraglenoid tubercle; lateral head: lateral and posterior surface of humerus, superior to radial groove; medial head: entire posterior of humerus, inferior to groove for nerve olecranon of ulna extends arm @ shoulder and extends forearm @ elbow radial
Brachioradialis lateral border of distal end of humerus superior to styloid process of radius flexes forearm @ elbow, supinates and pronates forearm at radioulnar joints to neutral position radial
Created by: sandy