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  1. Axillary?
    Teres Minor, Deltoid
  2. Radial?
    Triceps Brachii, Aconeous, Spinator
  3. Musculocutaneous?
    Biceps brachii, Coracobrachialis, Brachalis
  4. Median?
    Pronator teres, Pronator quadratus
  5. Upper Trapezius?
    • -Upper Occiptal bone, Cervical Vertebra
    • -Clavicle, Acromion process
    • -Elevation, upward rotation
  6. Middle Trapezius?
    • Upper thoracic vertebra
    • -Superior spine of scapula
    • -Retraction
  7. Lower Trapezius?
    • -Lower thoracic vertebra
    • -Inferior spine of scapula
    • -Depression, downward rotation
  8. Rhomboid Major?
    • T1 - T4
    • Medial scapula
    • Retraction, stabilization
  9. Rhomboid Minor?
    • C6, C7
    • Medial scapula
    • Retraction, stabilization
  10. Serratus Anterior?
    • Ribs 1 - 9
    • Medial scapula
    • Rotation
  11. Levator Scapulae?
    • C1 - C4
    • Superior angle of scapula
    • Elevation, retraction, rotation
  12. Pectoralis Minor?
    • Ribs 3 - 5
    • Coracoid process
    • Depression
  13. Latissimus Dorsi?
    • Sacrum, Iliac crest, lumbar vertebra
    • Intertubercular groove
    • Internal rot, horizontal abduction, adduction, extension
  14. Pectoralis Major?
    • Sternum, Clavicle
    • Intertubercular groove
    • Flexion, internal rot, adduction, horizontal adduction
  15. Coracobrachalis?
    • Coracoid Process
    • Humeral shaft
    • Adduction, Flexion
  16. Teres Major?
    • Lateral Scapula
    • Intertubercular groove
    • Extension, adduction, internal rotation
  17. Anterior Deltoid?
    • Clavicle
    • Deltoid tuberosity
    • Hroizontal adduction, internal rotation, abduction
  18. Middle Deltoid?
    • Acromion process
    • Deltoid tuberosity
    • Abduction
  19. Posterior Deltoid?
    • Posterior Spine of the scapula
    • Deltoid tuberosity
    • Horizontal abduction, external rotation, abduction
  20. Teres Minor?
    • Lateral Scapula
    • Greater tubercle
    • External rotation
  21. Infraspinatus?
    • Infraspinous fossa
    • Greater tubercle
    • External rotation
  22. Supraspinatus?
    • Supraspinous fossa
    • Greater tubercle
    • External rotation
  23. Subscapularis?
    • Subscapular fossa
    • Lesser tubercle
    • Internal rotation
  24. Biceps Brachii Long head?
    • Superior coracoid process
    • Radial tuberosity
    • Flexion (shoulder & elbow), supination
  25. Biceps Brachii Short head?
    • Inferior coracoid process
    • Radial tuberosity
    • Flexion (elbow), supination
  26. Triceps Brachi iLong head?
    • Lateral Scapula
    • Olecranon process
    • Extension (shoulder & elbow), adduction
  27. Tricep Brachii Lateral Head?
    • Lateral humerus
    • Olecranon process
    • Elbow extersion
  28. Tricep Brachii Short head?
    • Posterior humerus
    • Olecranon process
    • Elbow extersion
  29. Brachialis?
    • Anterior humerus
    • Coronoid process
    • Elbow flexion
  30. Brachioradialis?
    • Lateral epicondyle
    • Radial styloid process
    • Elbow flexion
  31. Supinator?
    • Lateral epicondyle
    • Radius
    • Supination
  32. Pronator Teres?
    Medial epicondyle Radius Pronation
  33. Pronator Quadratus?
    • Distal ulna
    • Distal radius
    • Pronation
  34. Acromioclavicular?
    Acromioclavicular
  35. Coracoclavicular?
    Coracoclavicular, Coracoacromial
  36. Glenohumeral?
    Joint capsule (Labrum)
  37. Humeroulnar?
    Medial collateral (Ulnar collateral)
  38. Humeroradial?
    Lateral Collateral (Radial collateral)
  39. Radioulnar?
    Annular
  40. How many bones?
    206-210
  41. How many carpals in each hand?
    8
  42. How many metacarpals in each hand?
    5
  43. How many phallanges in each hand?
    14

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