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Superior Limbs

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What are the scapular movements?   -Upward rotation, downward rotation, -retraction (adduction), protraction (abduction), -elevation, and depression  
What do all the attachments have in common?   The 7 muscles that originated on the axial skeleton & inserts onto the pectoral girdle.  
What is the main function of the attachments?   The main function of the attachments is to hold scapula in place & stabilize.  
What muscles move the scapula Upward Rotation?   -Trapezius -Surratus Anterior  
What muscles move the scapula Downward Rotation?   -Rhomboideus Major -Rhomboideus Minor -Levator Scapulae -Pectoralis Minor -Subclavius  
What muscle Abducts the scapula? (Abduction)   -Pectoralis Minor -Serratus  
What muscle Elevates the scapula? (Elevation)   -Levator Scapulae -Trapizeus  
What muscle Depresses the scapula? (Depression)   -Trapizeus  
Scapula, Humerus and Clavicle make the _________________ skeleton.   Apendicular  
The apendicular skeleton is made if what 3 bones?   Scapula, Humerus & Clavicle  
The sternum and the Vertebral make the ________________ skeleton.   Axial  
The axial skeleton is made of what 2 bones?   Sternum and Vertebral  
The sternalclavicular joint is the one spot that where the bones of the appendicular skeleton attach to the _____________________________.   Axial Skeleton  
What 2 skeleton parts attach to the sternalclavicular joint?   Appendicular and Axial Skeleton  
Is the upper limb weak?   YES  
What is the ORIGIN of the Rhomboideus Major?   Spineus Process T2-T5  
What is the INSERTION of the Rhomboideus Major?   Medial Margin=The area below the Spine of the scapula)  
What is the STRUCTURE and RELATIONSHIP of the Rhomboideus Major?   Deep to the trapezius and a small part is superficial.  
What is the ORGIN of the Rhomboideus Minor?   Spineus Process of C7 and T1  
what is the INSERTION of the Rhomboideus Minor?   Medial Margin = At the spine of the scapula  
What is the FUNCTION of the Rhomboideus Minor?   Adducts and downward rotates the scapula  
What is the STRUCTURE and RELATIONSHIP of the Rhomboideus Minor?   Completely deep to the trapezius  
What is the ORGIN of the Levator Scapulae?   Transverses process of the C1 - C4  
What is the INSERTION of the Levator Scapulae?   Superior angle (Side of neck)  
What is the FUNCTION of the Levator Scapulae?   Laterally flexes neck, elevates scapula and downward rotates scapula  
What is the STRUCTURE and RELATIONSHIP of the Levator Scapulae?   Deep to the trapezius  
What is the ORGIN of the Trapizus Muscle?   External occipital protuberance, superior nochal lines, spineus process of C7 to T12  
What is the INSERTION of the Trapizus Muscle?   Spine of the Scapula, Acromion, lateral 1/3 of clavical  
What is the FUNCTION of the Trapizus Muscle?   Elevates, upward rotates, adducts scapula, depression of scapula, extends head  
What is the STRUCTURE and RELATIONSHIP of the Trapizus Muscle?   Superficial  
What is the ORGIN of the Serratus Anterior?   Outer Surface of ribs 1-8 (Sometimes 9)  
What is the INSERTION of the Serratus Anterior?   Medial margin  
What is the FUNCTION of the Serratus Anterior?   Abducts and upward rotation of the scapula also forced breathing  
What is the STRUCTURE and RELATIONSHIP of the Serratus Anterior?   Superficial on side deep under scapula, forms the medial wall of axilla  
True or False; Is the surratus anterior located on the lateral thorax and forms the medial wall of the axilla.   True  
What is the ORGIN of the Pectoralis Minor?   Ribs 3,4 & 5  
What is the INSERTION of the Pectoralis Minor?   Coracoid  
What is the FUNCTION Pectoralis Minor?   Abducts and Downward rotates the scapula and forced breathing  
What is the STRUCTURE and RELATIONSHIP of the Pectoralis Minor?   Deep to the pectoralis  
What is the ORGIN of the Subclavius Muscle?   Rib 1  
What is the INSERTION of the Subclavius Muscle?   (Bottom of the clavicle) Conoid tubercle  
What is the FUNCTION Subclavius Muscle?   Downward rotation and forced breathing  
What is the STRUCTURE and RELATIONSHIP of the Subclavius Muscle?   Deep to the pectoral major  
How do you stretch a muscle?   You stretch a muscle making it do the opposite of it's function  
What is the FUNCTION of the Rhomboideus Major?   Only adducts and downward rotates the scapula  
What muscle Adducts the scapula? (Adduction)   -Rhomboideus Major -Rhomboideus Minor -Trapezius  


   


 
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