Muscles of the forearm

Card Set Information

Author:
Anonymous
ID:
311199
Filename:
Muscles of the forearm
Updated:
2015-11-09 15:10:24
Tags:
muscles antebrachis forearm anatomy
Folders:
anatomy
Description:
.
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user Anonymous on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. Muscles of anterior(Flexor group)?
    • 1st layer:
    • M. Palmaris longus 
    • M. Pronator teres 
    • M. Flexor carpi radialis
    • M. Flexor carpi ulnaris 

    • 2nd layer 
    • M. flexor digitorum superficialis 

    • 3rd layer
    • M. flexor digitorum profundus 
    • M. flexor pollicis longus 

    • 4th layer 
    • M. pronator quadratus
  2. M. pronator teres 
    Layer?
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • 1st layer
    • O:Humerus- epicondylus medialis(caput humerale), Ulna- Processus coronoideus 
    • I: pronator tuberosity  
    • F: Flexion and Pronation of the arm 
    • N: N. medianus
  3. M. flexor carpi radialis 
    layer?
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • 1st layer (anterior surface)
    • O:Humerus- epicondylus medialis, fascia antebrachii
    • I: basis ossis metacarpi II
    • F: elbowjoint: Flexion and Pronation; carpal joint: Palmar joint, radial abduction
  4. M. Plamaris longus 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O:Humerus- Epicondylus medialis and facies antebrachii
    • I: Aponeurosis palmaris, flexor retinaculum
    • F: accessory flexion of the hand and forearm, stretches the palmar aponeurosis 
    • N: N. medianus
  5. Flexor carpi ulnaris 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • Caput humerale : Epicondylus medialis 
    • caput ulnare : ulna- olecranon and margo posterior 
    • I: Os pisiforme, hamulus ossis hamati, basis ossis metacarpi V
    • F: Flexion of the forearm, ulnar auction and flexion of the hand 
    • N: N. ulnaris

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview