lower arm/ antebrachis

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lower arm/ antebrachis
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  1. M. pronator teres 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: caput humerale- Epicondylus mediale/ caput ulnare- processus coronoideus
    • I: Radius- Middle third of the facies lateralis
    • F: Pronation and flexion 
    • N: N. medianus
  2. M. flexor carpi radialis
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Humerus- Epicondylus medialis and facia antebrachii
    • I: Base of the second to the third metacarpal (palmar surface)
    • F: Flexion of the forearm, radial auction and flexion of the hand 
    • N: N. medianus
  3. M. palmaris longus 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Humerus- epicondylus medialis and fascia antebrachii
    • I: Aponeurosis palmaris 
    • F: flexor of the forearm and hand, stretches the palmar aponeurosis 
    • N: N. medianus
  4. M. Flexor carpi ulnaris 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: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, flexion of the hand 
    • N: N. ulnaris
  5. M: flexor digitorum superfacialis 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: caput humerale: Epicondylus mediale humeri
    • Caput radii: Tuberrositas radii
    • Caput ulnare: Processus coronoideus
    • I: Phallanges mediae II-V
    • F: Flexion of the 2nd to the 5th phalanges
    • N: N. medianus
  6. M. flexor digitorum profundus 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Margo anterior , Membrana interossea 
    • I: Phallanges distalis II-V
    • F: Palmar flexion into the 2nd and 5th finger 
    • N: N. medianus/ N. ulnaris
  7. M. flexor pollicis longus 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Facies anterior, membrana interossea 
    • I: Phallanx distalis pollicis 
    • F: Flexion of the thumb, Palmar flexion
    • N: N.medianus
  8. M. pronator quadratus 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Margo anterior ulnae 
    • I: Margo anterior radii
    • F: Pronation
    • N: N. medianus
  9. M. brachioradialis
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Crista supracondylaris lateralis 
    • I: Processus styloideus radii
    • F: Supinationof the extended forearm, pronation of the flexed forearm 
    • N: N.radialis
  10. M. extensor carpi radialis longus 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Crista supracondylaris lateralis 
    • I: Basis ossis metacarpi II
    • F: Dorsal flexion and radial abduction, accessory flexion of the forearm 
    • N: N. Radialis
  11. M. Extensor carpi radialis brevis 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Epicondylus lateralis humeri
    • I: Basis ossis metacarpi III
    • F: Dorsal flexion of the hand and radial abduction 
    • N: N. radialis
  12. M. supinator 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: superficial layer- Epicondylus lateralis humeri, deep layer- Crista muscles supinatoris
    • I: facies anterior radii
    • F: supination of the forearm 
    • N: N.radialis
  13. M. Extensor digitorum 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O :Epicondylus lateralis humeri 
    • I: 4 tendons to the aponeurosis dorsails of the 2nd to 5th phalanx 
    • F: Extension of the 2nd to 5th fingers, flexion of the hand 
    • N: N. radialis
  14. M. extensor digiti minimi 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Caput humerale- Epicondylus lateralis humeri, caput ulnare- Facies posterior ulnae 
    • I: Aponeurosis dorsalis digiti V
    • F: extension of the 5th finger, dorsal flexion of the hand 
    • N: Radialis
  15. M. extensor carpi ulnaris 
    Origin?
    Insertion?
    Function?
    innervation?
    • O: Caput humerale- Epicondylus lateralis humeri, caput ulnare- Facies posterior ulnae 
    • I: Basis ossis metacarpi V
    • F: Ulnar duction and dorsi flexion 
    • N: N. radialis

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