What are the 2 predominant methods of identifying these things?
Visual inspection and palpation
What is an axilla?
What is a muscle belly?
The muscle itself
Is the brachial artery an extension of the axillary artery or the other way around?
Yes, think brachial=biceps and axillary=axilla(armpit)
What bones of the anterior shoulder region are palpable?
Coracoid process, clavicle, sternum, greater and lesser tubercle
What bones of the posterior shoulder region are palpable?
Spine of scapula, vertebral or medial border of scapula and inferior angle
Can you see levator scapulae, supraspinatus or rhomboid major?
No, but you can see infraspinatus and teres major/rhomboid major when the arm is down