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2011-06-07 18:09:41

Superior Limb
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  1. where does the scapula attach
    the scapula attaches to the axial skeleton
  2. Orgin of the rhomboideus major
    the spinous processes of t-2 thru t-5
  3. the insertio rhomboideus major
    the lower half of the medial margin of the scapula
  4. function of rhomboideus major
    adducts, downwordly rotates the scapula
  5. how to stretch rhomboideus major
    aduct and upwordly rotate the scapula
  6. rhomboideus major also know as
    the christmas tree muscle
  7. orgin of rhomboideus minor
    spinous processes c-7 thru t1
  8. insertion of rhomboideus minor
    medial margin of the scapula
  9. function of rhomboideus minor
    adducts the scapula
  10. rhomboideus minor also know as
    the christmas tree muscle
  11. structur and relationship of rhomboideus minor
    splenius cervicis is immediatly deep
  12. orgin of levator scapula
    transverse processes of c-1 thur c-4
  13. insertion of levator scapulae
    superior angle of the scapula
  14. function of levator scapulae
    elevates the scapula
  15. structure and relationship of levator scapulae
    • deep to traps
    • doesnt touch the ribs
  16. orgin ot the trap s muscle
    • base of the skull (occipital protuberance)
    • spinious process c-7 thru c-12
  17. insertion of the traps
    spin of the scapula, acromion, lateral 1/3 of clavical
  18. function of the traps muscle
    • extends the head
    • elevates, upwordly rotates, and depresses the scapula
    • adducts the scapula
  19. structure and relationship of the trap muscles
    most superficial muscle of the back
  20. orgin of serratus anterior
    the first 8 or 9 anterior ribs
  21. insertion of serratus anterior
    the medial margin of the scapula
  22. function of serratus anterior
    abduct, upwordly rotated the scapula
  23. structure and function os serratus anterior
    • found between the scapula and ribs
    • forms the medial wall of the axilla (armpit)
  24. orgin of pectoralis minor
    ribs 3-5
  25. insertion of pectoralis minor
    the coracoid process of the scapula
  26. function of pectoralis minor
    abducts, downwordly rotates the scapula
  27. structure and relationship of pectoralis minor
    • involved in forced breathing
    • the what up muscle
    • found on the anterior of the thorax
  28. orgin of subclavius
    the first rib
  29. insertion of subclavius
    inferior clavical
  30. function of subclavius
    downwordly rotates the clavical
  31. sturcture and relationship of subclavius
    found immediatly inferior to the clavical
  32. (Rotator cuff muscles) orgin of supraspinatus
    supraspinous fossa
  33. (Rotator cuff muscles) insertion of supraspinatus
    greater tubercle
  34. (Rotator cuff muscles) function of supraspinatus
    abducts the shoulder
  35. (Rotator cuff muscles) sturcture and rlatonship of supraspnatus
    superior to the spin of the scapula
  36. (Rotator cuff muscles) orgin of infraspinatus
    Infraspininous fossa
  37. (Rotator cuff muscles) Insertion of infraspinatus
    Grater tubercle
  38. (Rotator cuff muscles) Function of infraspinatus
    laterally rotates the shoulder of the humerus
  39. (Rotator cuff muscles) structure and relationship of infraspinatus
    inferior to the spine of the scapula
  40. (Rotator cuff muscles) orgin of teres minor
    lateral margin of the scapula
  41. (Rotator cuff muscles) insertion of teres minor
    greater tubercle
  42. (Rotator cuff muscles) function of teres minor
    lateral rotation of the shoulder of the humerus
  43. (Rotator cuff muscles) structre aand relationship of teres minor
    inferior to the spine of the scapula
  44. (Rotator cuff muscles) orgin of subcapularis
    subscapular fossa
  45. (Rotator cuff muscles) insertion of subcapularis
    lesser tubercle of humerus
  46. (Rotator cuff muscles) function of subcapularis
    medial rotation of the shoulder
  47. (Rotator cuff muscles) structure and relationship of subcapularis
    • passes between the scapula ans serratus anterior
    • to stretch- laterally rotate the shoulder
    • serratus anterior is anterior to it
  48. rotator cuff muscles
    • all attach to the scapula and the humerus
    • share a coomn attachment on the greater tubercle of the humerus
  49. Orgin of deltoid
    lateral 1/3 of clavicle acromion and spine of the scapula
  50. insertion of the deltoid
    deltoid tuberocity
  51. function of the deltoid
    abducts, flexes, extends, medial and lateral mover the shoulder
  52. structure and relationship of the deltoid
    the orgin of the deltoid matched the insertion of the traps
  53. Orgin of pectoralis major
    clavicle, sternum and ribs
  54. insertion of pectoralis major
    Intertubercular groove
  55. function of pectoralis major
    adduction and medial rotates the shoulder
  56. structure and relationship of pectoralis major
    • doesnt attach to the scapula
    • to stretch- abduct and latarally rotate the shoulder
    • found on the anterior wall of the axillary space(armpit)
  57. orgin of teres major
    inferior angle of the scapula
  58. Insertion of teres major
    Intertuburcle groove
  59. Structure and relationship of Teres major
    The little Lat
  60. Orgin of Latissimus dorsi
    Spinous process of t-7 thru L-5, sacrum, illium (thoracolumbar apernueroisis)
  61. Insertion of Latissimus Dorsi
    Intertuburcle groove
  62. Function of Latissimus dorsi
    • Adduction and medial rotation of the shoulder
    • extensor of a flexed shoulder
  63. Intertubercular groove
    • all share a common insertion of the intubercular groove of the humerus
    • all are powerful adductors and medial rotators of the humerus
  64. Orgin of coracobrachialis
    coracoid process of the scapula
  65. Insertion of coracobrachialis
    Medial shaft of the humerus
  66. Function of coracobrachialis
    Flextion of the shoulder
  67. structure and relationship of coracobrachialis
    • to stretch extend shoulder
    • only brachial muscle that crossesd the shoulder
  68. Orgin of brachialis
    distal 1/2 of the anterior humerus
  69. insertion of brachialis
    coranoid process of the ulna
  70. function of brachialis
    flexes the elbow
  71. sturcture and relationship of brachialis
    • deep to the biceps brachii
    • only crosses the elbow joint
  72. Biceps brachii
    • fully activated when supinated
    • the 3rdc muscle that attaches to the coricoid process of the scapula
    • lies anterior to the coracobrachial and brachialis
  73. orgin of biceps brachii
    coracoid process of the scapula and suerglenoid tubercle
  74. Insertion of the biceps brachii
    radial tuberosity
  75. Function of biceps brachii
    flexes the elbow, supinates forearm and flexes the shoulder
  76. structure and relationship of the biceps brachii
    • crosses 3 shoulder joints ( the humoral, ulna & radial ulna)
    • doesnt attach(skips) the humerous
    • most anterior bracial muscle
  77. orgin of triceps brachii
    • 1.) head infraglenoid tubercle
    • 2.) head posterior surface of the humerous
  78. insertion of triceps brachii
    olecranon process
  79. function of triceps brachii
    extend the elbow and extends the shoulder
  80. structure and relationship of triceps brachii
    • only posterior brachial muscle
    • to stretch - flex the elbow and flex the shoulder
  81. Antebrachial compartment muscles
    some muscles pass thru the carpal tunnel