NIU--BIOS 311 -- EXAM 1

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NIU--BIOS 311 -- EXAM 1
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Human Anatomy course (not A&P). Muscles of back, forearm, and neck. Origins, Insertions, and innervations.
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  1. Trapezious

    O:
    I:
    INN:
    • O: Vertebrae
    • I: Acromion and spine of scapula
    • INN: Accessory Nerve
  2. Lattisimus Dorsi

    INN:
    Thoraco Dorsal Nerve
  3. Levator Scapula/Rhomboid Minor/Rhomboid Major

    INN:
    Dorsal Scapular Nerve
  4. Layer 1 Neck Muscles
    1. Splenius Capitus

    2. Splenius Cervicis
  5. Layer 2 Neck Muscles
    Semi-spinalis Capitis
  6. Layer 3 Neck Muscles
    Semi-spinalis Cervicis
  7. Erector Spinae Muscles (Lateral to Medial)
    I. Like. Spaghetti

    1. Illiocostalis

    2. Longissimus

    3. Spinalis
  8. Parts of Sternum
    3 Parts:

    Manubrium 

    • Sternal Angle (2nd Rib)
    • Body
    • Xiphoid Process
  9. Supraspinatus

    INN:
    Suprascapular Nerve
  10. Infraspinatus
    O:
    I:
    INN:
    O: Infraspinous Fossa

    I: Greater Tuburcle (Humerus)

    INN: Suprascapular Nerve
  11. Teres Minor

    O:
    I:
    INN:
    • O: Scapula
    • I: Greater Tuburcle (of humerus)
    • INN: Axillary Nerve
  12. Teres Major

    O:
    I:
    INN:
    • O: Scapula
    • I:Humerus
    • INN: Lower Subscapular Nerve
  13. Subscapularis
    O:
    I:
    INN:
    O: Subscapular fossa

    I: Lesser Tuburcle (Humerus)

    INN: Upper and Lower subscapular Nerves
  14. Deltoid
    O:
    I:
    Inn:
    O: Acromion process and spine of scapula

    I:  Deltoid Tuberosity

    Inn: Axillary Nerve
  15. POSTERIOR Upper Arm

    3 Muscles
    Triceps Brachii Lateral Head

    Triceps Brachii Medial Head

    Triceps Brachii Longhead

    INN of all 3 is Radial Nerve
  16. CHEST MUSCLES

    2 Muscles
    • Pectoralis Major
    •    Inn: Medial Pectoral Nerve and Lateral Pectoral Nerve

    • Pectoralis Minor
    •   Inn: Medial Pectoral Nerve
  17. Serratus Anterior

    Inn:
    Inn: Long thoracic Nerve
  18. ANTERIOR arm muscles

    4 muscles (medial to lateral)
    • 1. Coracobrachialis
    •     O: Coracoid Process
    •      I: Humerus
    • 2. Biceps Brachii shorthead
    •     O: Coracoid Process
    •     I:   Radial Tuberosity
    • 3. Biceps Brachii longhead
    •      O:Supraglenoid Tubercle
    •       I: Radial Tuberosity
    • 4. Brachialis
    •      O: Humerhs
    •       I: Coronoid Process of Ulna

    INN OF ALL: Musculocutaneous Nerve
  19. 2 Nerves of Lateral Cord
    • 1. Musculocutaneous n.
    • 2. Lateral Pectoral n.
  20. 2 Nerves of Medial Cord
    • 1. Ulnar n.
    • 2. Medial Pectoral n.
  21. 5 Nerves of Posterior Cord

    Medial to Lateral
    • 1. Uppersubscapular Nerve
    • 2. Thoracodorsal (long)
    • 3. Lowersubscapular Nerve
    • 4. Axillary nerve
    • 5. Radial Nerve (Big)

    **Not part but you will see Long thoracis nerve on rib cage going to serratus anterior
  22. Anterior Forearm Muscles (All originate on medial epicondyle)

    Layer One
    Layer 1: Medial to lateral (on cadaver)

    •  1. Pronator Teres (short, not to wrist)
    • 2. Flexor Carpi Radialis
    • 3. Palmaris Longus
    • 4. Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
  23. Anterior Forearm Muscles

    Layer Two
    1. Flexor Digitorum Superficialis (tied with string)
  24. Anterior Forearm Muscles

    Layer 3
    1. Flexor Digitorum Profundus

    2. Flexor Pollicis Longus
  25. Anterior Forearm Muscles

    Layer 4
    1. Pronator quadratus (wristband)
  26. Anterior Forearm muscle innervations
    All are Median Nerve EXCEPT:

    • Flexor carpi ulnaris (ulnar nerve)
    • Flexor digitorum profundus
    •  (  - Half by ulnar nerve      )
    •  (  -  Half by Median nerve )
  27. Blood Vessel of Upper Extremity
    • Subcalvian Artery - Under clavicle
    • Axillary Artery - Armpit
    • Brachial Artery- Upper arm
    • Radial  -----   Ulnar
  28. Posterior (Extensor) Forearm Muscles

    All O: from lateral epicondyle

    Thumb to Pinky on cadaver
    • Brachioradialis
    • Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
    • Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
    • Abductor pollicis longus (outside thumb)
    • Extensor pollicis brevis
    • Extensor pollicis Longus (innermost on thumb)
    • Extensor digitorum (4 tendons, middle of arm)
    • Extensor digiti minimi (look slike its part of ^ goes to pinky)
    • Extensor carpi ulanris (outer to pinky)
  29. Deep Posterior Forearm Muscles
    • 1. Supinator (by elbow)
    • 2. Extensor Indicis (Tendon going to index finger)
  30. Coracoid Process

    What Originates and INserts
    • O: Biceps brachii
    •      Coracobrachialis

    I: Pectoralis Minor
  31. Glenoid Fossa
      - Supraglenoid tubercle 
       - Infraglenoid tuburcle
  32. Lesser tuburcle

    What I:
    I: subscapularis
  33. Greater Tuburcle (Humerus)

    I:????
    S.I.T muscles

    • S- supraspinatus
    • I- infraspinatus
    • T- Teres Minor

    and Pec Major
  34. Intertuburcular Groove
    I: Lattissimus Dorsi
  35. Deltoid Tuberosity
    I: Deltoid
  36. Humerus
  37. All 3 Triceps brachii Insert on ___________
    Olecranon
  38. Radius and Ulna
  39. Hand and Wrist Bones

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