Kinese GH O and I

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Kinese GH O and I
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2011-10-06 05:55:45
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GH Joint O and I
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  1. Pec Major upper fibers O and I
    Anterior surface clavicle

    Flat tendon wide to lateral lip of interbercular groove
  2. What is the O and I of the pec major O and I
    anterior surfaces of costal cartilages of the first 6 ribs and adjoining portion

    same as Upper fibers
  3. what is the O and I of the subscapularis?
    anterior surface of subscapular fossa

    lesser tubercle of humerus
  4. what is the O and I of the Coracobrachialis?
    coracoid process of scapula

    middle border of humeral shift
  5. what is the O and I of the deltoid anteior fibers?
    anterior lateral third of clavicle

    deltoid tuberosity on lateral side of humerus
  6. what is the O and I of the deltoid Middle fibers
    lateral aspect of acromion

    same for all delts
  7. what is the O and I for the deltoid posterior fibers?
    inferiror edge of spine of scapula

    same for all delts
  8. what is the O and I for the supraspinatus?
    medial two thirds of suprapinatus fossa

    superior on greater tubercle of humerus
  9. what is the O and I of the Lats
    posterior crest of illium, back of sacrum and spinous processes and lower six thoracic vertebrae

    medial side of interbercular groove, anterior to the insertion of teres major
  10. what is the O and I of the teres major
    posteriorly on lateral border of scapula and just superior to inferior angle

    medial lip of intertubercular groove of humerus, just posterior to the insertion of lats
  11. what is the O and I of the infraspinatus?
    infraspinous fossa just below spine of scapula

    posteriorly on greater tubercle of humerus
  12. what is the O and I of the teres minor?
    Posteriorly on upper and middle aspect of lateral border of scapula

    posteriorly on greater tubercle

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