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located on the anterior surface of the scapula is a beaklike process termed the_____________?
What is the glenoid labrum and which ligaments contribute to its formation?
it is a fribrocartilaginous ring. makes the articulating surface deeper and is formed by the 3 glenohumoral ligaments
On axial CT images of the elbow the head of the radius is seen _________ to the ulna.
which group of ligaments contributes to the formation of the the glenoid labrum?
what four muscles make up the rotator cuff?
supraspinatus, infraspinatus, subscapularis, teres minor
The tendon of the _____________________ muscle is the most frequently injured tendon of the rotator cuff because of impingement as it extends under the acromioclavicular joint and continues over the humeral head.
The __________________________ muscle is the only muscle of the rotator cuff located on the anterior surface of the scapula; its tendon inserts on the lesser tubercle of the humerus
what is the primary function of the glenoid labrum?
deepens the glenoid fossa
The trochlea of the humerus articulates with the capitellum of the radius.
False( the trochlea articulates with the ulna, whereas the capitellum articulates with the radius )
A depression located on the anterior surface of the distal humerus is termed the __________________________.
The _____________________ligament reinforces the medial side of the elbow.
A ligamentous structure known as the ___________________________ creates an enclosure across the carpal tunnel for the passage of tendons and the median nerve.
- A) proximal interphalangeal joint
- B) metacarpal head
- A) Radial Artery
- B) Ulnar Artery
- A Sternoclavicular joint
- B medial margin of scapula
- C scapula
- D corocoid process
- E scapular spine
- A lateral epicondyle
- B capitellum
- C radial head
- D olecranon fossa
- A: labrum
- B: acromion
- C: deltoid muscle
- D: glenoid fossa
- E: supraspinatus
- A: Fifth Metacarpal
- D: Capitate
- I: Trapezoid
- L: Styloid process of radius
- R: Hamate
What nerve is immediately under the flexor retinaculum on the lateral side of the carpal tunnel?
The____________ligament reinforces the medial side of the elbow?
The tendon that is located in the bicipital groove is the tendon for the?
The _________ contributes to the formation of the labrum?
3 glenohumoral ligaments
shoulder girdle consists of?
Scapula, clavicle, and humerus
Is the clavicle located anterior or posterior on the body?
what type of bode is the scapula?
what are the borders of the scapula?
superior, lateral and medial borders
what are the landmarks of the scapula and where are they located?
- scapular notch: on the superior border
- Corocoid process: beak like projection
what are the fossas above and below the glenoid fossa?
supra and infraglenoid fossa
medial border of the scapula is also termed?
lateral border of the scapula is also termed?
- vertebral border
- axillary border
apex of the scapula is called?
Is the corocoid process anterior or posterior?
- A: Humerus
- C: Tendon of triceps muscle
- D: olecranon fossa
- E: coronoid process
- H: biceps tendon
which is larger the distal radius or distal ulna?
the flexor retinaculum extends between what two bones to form a roof over the carpal tunnel?
hamate and trapezium
What ulnar artery is _____________to the flexor retinculum and is on the _________side of the formarm
The trochlea of the humerus articulates with what notch of the ulna?
Where does the triceps brachii muscle insert on the ulna?
olecranon process of the ulna
what is the superficial and deeper brachialis muscle that inserts on the ulna?
the triceps brachii is located on the __________compartment of the arm?
the biceps brachii is located on the __________compartment of the arm?
which vein is a superficial vein on the medial side of the arm?
which vein is a superficial on the anterolateral side of the arm?
- basilica is on the medial side
- cephalic is on the anterolateral side
Which muscle covers the shoulder?
- Axial Elbow
- A. Lateral Epicondyle
- B. Olecranon Fossa of humerus
- C. Olecranon Process of Ulna
- D. Ulnar nerve
- E. Medial Epicondyle
- A. Middle Phalanx of 3rd Digit
- B. Flexor digitorum tendon
- C. Distal Phalanx of Thumb
- D. Flexor digitorum tendon
- E. Proximal Phalanx of Thumb
- F. Head of fifth metacarpal