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Muscles

Arm

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Attachement and Action of Biceps Brachii Tuberosity of of radius and fascia of forearm via bicipital aponeurosis; Supinates and flexes forearm, flexes arm.
Attachement and Action of Brachialis Coronoid process and tuberosity of Ulna; Flexes forearm.
Attachement and Action of Coracobrachialis Middle third of medial surface of humerus; Helps flex and adduct arm; resists dislocation of shoulder
Attachement and Action of Triceps Brachii Proximal end of olecranon of ulna and fascia of forearm; Chief extensor of forearm; long head extends arm
Attachement and Action of Anconeus Assist triceps in extending forearm; Stabilizes elbow joint and abducts ulna during pronation
What are the superficial muscle ayers of the anterior Forearm from lateral to medial?
Created by: togini