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Origins & Insertions - Muscles
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  1. Trapezius
    O: Occipital bone; spinous process; ligamentum nuchae

    I: Clavicle, Acromion, spine of scapula

  2. Levatar Scapulae
    O: Transverse Processes of the Cervical Vertabrae, C1-C4.

    I: Superior, medial border of the scapula.

  3. Rhomboid Major
    O: Spinous Process of Thoracic V.

    I: Medial border of Scapula

  4. Pectoralis Major
    O: Ribs (3-5)

    I: Caracoid Process of Scapula

  5. Serratus Anterior (Boxer's muscle)
    O: Ribs 1-8, 9

    I: Medial border of Scapula

  6. Muscles acting on the arm.

    Flexors?
    Extenders?
    Flexors: Pectoralis Major; Coracobrachialis

    Extenders: Latisimus Dorsi, Teres Major
  7. Muscles acting on the arm.

    Abductors?
    Adductors?
    Ab: Latissimus Dorsi, Coracobrachialis, Teres Major

    Add: Deltoid, Supraspinatus
  8. Muscles acting on the arm.

    What are the rotator cuff mucles?

    *SITS

    O/I
    S supraspinatus

    I infraspinatus

    T teres minor

    S subscapularis

    O: Scapula

    I: Humerus
  9. Pectoralis Major (Swimmer's muscle)
    O: Sternum & Clavicle

    I: Humerus
  10. Coracobrachialis
    O: Carcoid process of the Scapula

    I: medial Humerus

  11. Latissimus Dorsi
    O: Thoracic V., ribs, iliac crest, Thoracolumbar fascia

    I: Intertubecular groove of the Humerus

  12. Teres Major
    O: Inferior Scapula

    I: Intertubecular groove of humerus - lesser tubercle

  13. Deltoid
    O: acromial end of clavicle

    I: Deltoid tuberosity of humerus

  14. Biceps Brachii
    O: Scapula

    I: Radial tuberosity & bicipitial aponeurosis

  15. Brachialis
    O: humerus

    I: Tuberosity & coranoid process of ulna

  16. Brachioradialis
    O: lateral ridge of Humerus

    I: Styloid process of Radius

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