Anatomy test 2 Pectoral.txt

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Anatomy test 2 Pectoral.txt
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upper extremity unit 2
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  1. axillary nerve, musculocutaneous nerve, median nerve, ulnar nerve, radial nerve
  2. Pectoralis Major: Action, Innervation, Parts
    • Action: Adduction, medial rotation of arm
    • Innervation: medial, lateral pectoral nerves
    • Parts: Clavicular head, sternocostal head
  3. Deltopectoralgroove and triangle: Innvervation
    cephalic vein, thoraco-acromial artery, lateral pectoral nerve
  4. Pectoralis Minor
    • Action: stabilize scapula
    • Innervation: medial pectoral nerve penetrates anteriorly
  5. Subclavius
    • Action: stabilize clavicle, resist dislocation
    • Innvervation: Nerve to subclavius
  6. Serratus Anterior
    • Action: upward rotate scapula
    • Innervation: long thoracic nerve, lateral thoracic artery
  7. Pectoral Region Blood Supply
    • Axillary Artery
    • 1) Superior Thoracic Artery
    • 2) Thoraco-Acromial Artery
    • 3) Pectoral Branch
    • 4) Clavicular Branch
    • 5) Lateral Thoracic Artery
  8. Pectoral region venous drainage
    Axillary (where cephalic, basilic, and brachail come in) and Subclavian veins
  9. Sternum
    • Manubrium
    • Body
  10. Lymphatic Pectoral Drainage, Axillary
    • Pectoral
    • Subscapular
    • Humeral
    • Central
    • Apical
    • Supraclavicular
  11. General Lymphatic Pectoral Drainage
    • Superficial: Follow superficial veins
    • -Basilic > cubital and humeral axillary nodes
    • -Cephalic > apical axillary nodes

    • Deep: follow deep veins
    • - to humeral axillary nodes

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