VMED5123 Brachium mm.

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  1. tensor fasciae antebrachii origin
    origin:The fascia covering the lateral side of the latissimus dorsi.
  2. tensor faseciae antebrachii insertion
    insertion: The olecranon
  3. tensor fasciae antebrachii action
    action: To extend the elbow
  4. Long head of the triceps brachii origin
    origin: The caudal border of the scapula
  5. long head of the triceps brachii insertion
    insertion:The olecranon tuber.
  6. long head of the triceps brachii action
    action:To extend the elbow and flex the shoulder
  7. lateral head of the triceps brachii origin
    origin:The tricipital line of the humerus
  8. lateral head of the triceps brachii insertion
    insertion:The olecranon tuber
  9. lateral head of the triceps brachii action
    action:To extend the elbow
  10. accessory head of the triceps brachii origin
    origin:The neck of the humerus
  11. accessory head of the triceps brachii insertion
    insertion:The olecranon tuber
  12. accessory head of the triceps brachii action
    action:To extend the elbow
  13. medial head of the triceps brachii origin
    origin:The crest of the lesser tubercle near the teres major tuberosity.
  14. medial head of the triceps brachii insertion
    insertion:The olecranon
  15. medial head of the triceps brachii action
    action:To extend the elbow
  16. anconeus origin
    origin:The lateral supracondylar crest and the lateral and medial epicondyles of the humerus
  17. anconeus insertion
    insertion:the olecranon
  18. anconeus action
    action:To extend the elbow
  19. biceps brachii origin
    origin:The supraglenoid tubercle
  20. biceps brachii insertion
    insertion:the medial coronoid process of the ulnar and radial tuberosities
  21. biceps brachii action
    action:To flex the elbow and extend the shoulder
  22. brachialis origin
    origin:The proximal third of the lateral surface of the humerus
  23. brachialis insertion
    insertion:The ulnar and radial tuberosities
  24. brachialis action
    action:To flex the elbow

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