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Functional Human Anatomy Attachments(2)

Latissimus Dorsi- Lateral Attachment floor of interturbicular (Bicipital) groove
Teres Major- Lateral Attachment medial ridge of interturbicular groove
Supraspinatus- Lateral Attachment superior facet on greater tubercle of humerus
Infraspinatus- Lateral Attachment middle facet on greater tubercle of humerus
Teres Minor- Lateral Attachment Inferior facet on greater tubercle of humerus
Subscapularis- Lateral Attachment lesser tubercle of humerus
Deltoid- Distal Attachment deltoid tuberosity of humerus
Pectoralis Major- Lateral Attachment lateral ridge of interturbicular grooce of humerus
Subclavius- Lateral Attachment Inferior surface of distal end of clavicle
Biceps Brachiii- Distal Attachment both heads join distally and attach to radial tuberosity; non-functional attachment to brachioradialis
Coracobrachialis- Distal Attachment Medial side, approx. 1/3 of the way down the humerus
Brachialis- Distal Attachment ulnar tuberosity
Triceps Brachii- Distal Attachment all heads join and attach to olecranon process of ulna
Anconeus- Distal Attachment lateral side, proximal end of ulna
Brachioradialis- Distal Attachment lateral side, distal end of radius
Pronator Teres- Distal Attachment lateral side, approx. 1/3 of the way down radius
Flexor carpi radialis- Distal Attachment base of 2nd metacarpal
palmaris longus- Distal Attachment flexor retinaculum
Flexor Digitorum Superficialis- Distal Attachment middle phalanges of digits 2-5
Flexor carpi ulnaris- Distal Attachment base of 5th metacarpal
Flexor digitorum profundus- Distal Attachment Distal Phalanges of digits 2-5
Flexor pollicus longus- distal Attachment Distal phalange of pollux
Pronator Quadratus- Lateral Attachment distal end of radius
Extensor Carpi radialis Brevis and Longus- Distal Attachment Longus- base of 2nd metacarpal (dorsal) Brevis- base of 3rd metacarpal (dorsal)
Extensor Digitorum- Distal Attachment distal Phalange of 2nd-5th digits
Extensor digiti minimi- Distal Attachment Distal phalange of 5th digit
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris- Distal Attachment Base of 5th metacarpal (dorsal)
Extensor Indicis- Distal Attachment Distal Phalange of 2nd digit
Adductor Pollicus longus- Distal Attachment base of 1st metacarpal
Extensor pollicus Brevis- Distal Attachment base of proximal phalange of pollux
Extensor Pollicus Longus- Distal Attachment base of distal phalange of pollux
Supinator- Distal Attachment medial side, approx. 1/3 of the way down radius



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