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33 terms
Anatomy Upper limb bones
Clavicle
Scapula
Acromion
Acromion
...
Clavicle
Scapula
...
Anatomy Upper Limb Diagrams
sternum
xyphoid process
manubrium
body of sternum
sternum
xyphoid process
37 terms
Anatomy Upper limb bones
acrominal end-lateral
sternal end-medial
Clavicle
Scapula
...
acrominal end-lateral
sternal end-medial
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Upper limb Anatomy
What is the most frequently fractured…
In the event of a shoulder separation,…
With regards to the shoulder/pectoral…
List the posterior axio-appedicular mu…
Clavicle; because it is the only bony attachment of the upper…
Acromioclavicular (AC) joint. This joint is fairly unstable c…
Physiological: ... -scapulothoracic (ST) ... Anatomical:... -sternocla…
-Trapezius... -Latissimus Dorsi... -Levator scapulae... -Rhomboid major
What is the most frequently fractured…
Clavicle; because it is the only bony attachment of the upper…
In the event of a shoulder separation,…
Acromioclavicular (AC) joint. This joint is fairly unstable c…
62 terms
Anatomy - Upper Limb Muscles
TRAPEZIUS MUSCLE... Origin: base of sku…
Latissimus Dorsi... Origin: Spinous proce…
Deltoid... Origin: clavicle; acromion pro…
Levator Scapulae... Origin: attaches to s…
...
TRAPEZIUS MUSCLE... Origin: base of sku…
Latissimus Dorsi... Origin: Spinous proce…
30 terms
Anatomy - Upper Limb Muscles
PECTORALIS MAJOR... Origin: Clavicular…
Pectoralis Minor... Origin: Ribs 3-5... Inse…
Serratus Anterior... Origin: Ribs 1-8... Ins…
TRAPEZIUS... Origin: external occipital…
PECTORALIS MAJOR... Origin: Clavicular…
Pectoralis Minor... Origin: Ribs 3-5... Inse…
30 terms
Anatomy - Upper Limb Muscles
PECTORALIS MAJOR... Origin: Clavicular…
Pectoralis Minor... Origin: Ribs 3-5... Inse…
Serratus Anterior... Origin: Ribs 1-8... Ins…
TRAPEZIUS... Origin: external occipital…
PECTORALIS MAJOR... Origin: Clavicular…
Pectoralis Minor... Origin: Ribs 3-5... Inse…
56 terms
Anatomy UCF, Upper Limb
What are the Muscles of the Metacarpus?
Name the two groups of Interossei Musc…
What are the origins of the 3 Palmar I…
What are the insertions of the 3 Palma…
Lumbricals (4 muscles)... Interosseous Muscles:... Palmar Interosse…
Palmar Interosseous, 3 single-headed... Dorsal Interosseous, 4 d…
2nd, 4th, and 5th, metacarpals
Corresponding proximal phalanges and dorsal aponeurosis
What are the Muscles of the Metacarpus?
Lumbricals (4 muscles)... Interosseous Muscles:... Palmar Interosse…
Name the two groups of Interossei Musc…
Palmar Interosseous, 3 single-headed... Dorsal Interosseous, 4 d…
Anatomy of the Upper Limb
Brachial Plexus
Winging of the Scapula
Long thoracic innervates
Intercostobrachial nerve
Draw it out
damage to the long thoracic nerve; innervates the serratus an…
the serratus anterior
aka the lateral cutaneous branch of the second intercostal ne…
Brachial Plexus
Draw it out
Winging of the Scapula
damage to the long thoracic nerve; innervates the serratus an…
26 terms
Anatomy Muscle upper limb
trapezius
rhomboidous minor
rhomboidous major
levator scapulae
عضله ذوذنقه .
متوازی الاضلاع کوچک
متوازی الاضلاع بزرگ
بالا برنده کتف
trapezius
عضله ذوذنقه .
rhomboidous minor
متوازی الاضلاع کوچک
11 terms
Anatomy - Upper Limb Cases
Adhesive Capsulitis of Glenohumeral Jo…
Axillary Nerve Injury
Biceps Tendinitis
Boxer's Fracture of hand
Also called "frozen shoulder" and is characterized by limited…
Often associated with a fracture of the neck of the humerus o…
The bicep's function is to supinate and flex the forearm. Inn…
...
Adhesive Capsulitis of Glenohumeral Jo…
Also called "frozen shoulder" and is characterized by limited…
Axillary Nerve Injury
Often associated with a fracture of the neck of the humerus o…
11 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Supraspinatus function
infraspinatus function
Only LONG BONE to ossified intramembra…
fracture of the clavicle can lead to w…
abduction (along with deltoid)
laterally rotates arm; pitching injury
clavicle
pulmonary embolism
Supraspinatus function
abduction (along with deltoid)
infraspinatus function
laterally rotates arm; pitching injury
22 terms
Anatomy--upper limb
Radius
radius head
Radial tuberosity
Styloid process of the radius
Radius
radius head
58 terms
Anatomy Upper Limb
shoulder
arm
humeroulnar
humeroradial joint
Glenohumeral joint = ?
Brachium = ?
What joint in the elbow is 'hinge like'?
The joint in the elbow that is more mobile is what?
shoulder
Glenohumeral joint = ?
arm
Brachium = ?
38 terms
The Upper Limb Anatomy
Total adult skeleton bones
Axial skeleton
Appendicular skeleton
Long Bones
206 Bones
80 bones... Central axis of body... Skull, vertebral column, ribs,…
126 bones... Limbs... Shoulder and pelvic girdles
Limbs... Compact bone... Spongy bone... Periosteum
Total adult skeleton bones
206 Bones
Axial skeleton
80 bones... Central axis of body... Skull, vertebral column, ribs,…
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ANATOMY: Upper Limb 2
Glenoid fossa
Infraglenoid Tuberosity
Supraglenoid Tuberosity
Head of humerus
An ovoid articular surface on the lateral surface of the scap…
Muscle attachment site located immediately inferior to the gl…
Muscle attachment site located immediately superior to the gl…
Located on the proximal end of the humerus... Smooth surface wh…
Glenoid fossa
An ovoid articular surface on the lateral surface of the scap…
Infraglenoid Tuberosity
Muscle attachment site located immediately inferior to the gl…
Upper Limb Anatomy
Cartilage
Joints
Trapezius
Latissimus Dorsi
-Avascular... -TYPES... -Hyaline=most predominant... -Elastic= least a…
FIBROUS... -Suture (CT in skull)... -Syndesmosis (fibrous tissue be…
o ORIGINS... • Superior nuchal line-nuchal ligament... • External o…
o ORGINS... • Spinous processis of T7-T12... • Thoracolumbar fascia…
Cartilage
-Avascular... -TYPES... -Hyaline=most predominant... -Elastic= least a…
Joints
FIBROUS... -Suture (CT in skull)... -Syndesmosis (fibrous tissue be…
91 terms
Upper Limb-Anatomy
Anatomical snuff box is formed by whic…
Contents of anatomical snuffbox
Contents of carpal tunnel
Which of the following tendons passes…
extensor pollicis longus and brevis; abductor pollicis longus
radial artery ... cephalic vein
9 tendons (4 tendons of flexor digitorum profundus, 4 of flex…
c. flexor pollicis longus
Anatomical snuff box is formed by whic…
extensor pollicis longus and brevis; abductor pollicis longus
Contents of anatomical snuffbox
radial artery ... cephalic vein
9 terms
Anatomy upper limb movements
supination
pronation
Elevation
Depression
rotation of forearm and hand laterally so the palm faces ante…
rotation of forearm and hand medially so palm faces posteriorly
movement of a body part superiorly
movement of a body part inferiorly
supination
rotation of forearm and hand laterally so the palm faces ante…
pronation
rotation of forearm and hand medially so palm faces posteriorly
232 terms
Upper limb Anatomy (Eliot)
What is the function of synovial joints?
What is the cartilage in most joints?
What is a joint capsule?
Which hand joint is a common osteoarth…
allow smooth movement between bones
Hyaline
synovial membrane plus fibrous joint capsule
Distal interphalangeal joint (DIP)
What is the function of synovial joints?
allow smooth movement between bones
What is the cartilage in most joints?
Hyaline
Anatomy Upper Limb Muscles
external intercostals
internal intercostals
diaphragm
external oblique
Elevates ribs during inspiration
Depresses ribs during forced expiration
Increases volume of thoracic cavity for inspiration
Compresses abdomen, flexes and rotates trunk (muscle striatio…
external intercostals
Elevates ribs during inspiration
internal intercostals
Depresses ribs during forced expiration
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ANATOMY: Upper Limb 1
Pectoral Girdle
The clavicular strut protects the ____…
The clavicle is a long slightly S-shap…
What two facets are involved at the te…
Formed by clavicle and scapula... Strut system connecting the u…
Cervicoaxillary canal... (Clavicle resists the inward pull on t…
Upper limb (technically scapula)... Axial skeleton
Sternal facet (medially)... Acromial facet (laterally)
Pectoral Girdle
Formed by clavicle and scapula... Strut system connecting the u…
The clavicular strut protects the ____…
Cervicoaxillary canal... (Clavicle resists the inward pull on t…
Anatomy- Upper Limb
Ribs the scapula lies over
Bones that articulate with the carpals
Carpals
Jugular Notch
Superior angle- T2... Medial end- T3 ... Inferior angle- T7... Medial…
radius... not ulna
Proximal- Scaphoid (Highlighted), lunate, triquetrum, pisifor…
Ribs the scapula lies over
Superior angle- T2... Medial end- T3 ... Inferior angle- T7... Medial…
Bones that articulate with the carpals
radius... not ulna
168 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Axillary
Brachial
Radial
Ulnar
2
4
8
9
Axillary
2
Brachial
4
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Anatomy: Upper Limb
Embryology:... The upper limb bud appears…
Which grows first, the upper limb or l…
What develops from the mesodermal core…
What develops from the ectoderm? (2)
4th week... mesoderm... ectoderm
The upper limb is first! The lower limb bud appears 1-2 days…
- bones... - ligaments... - tendons... - vasculature
- skin... - "control of limb development"
Embryology:... The upper limb bud appears…
4th week... mesoderm... ectoderm
Which grows first, the upper limb or l…
The upper limb is first! The lower limb bud appears 1-2 days…
Gross Anatomy Upper Limb
Pectoralis major is the only muscle at…
Pectoralis major and minor form
Posterior wall of the axilla is muscular
Winging of the scapula
shoulder girdle
anterior wall of axilla
subscapularis(rotator cuff), latismus doris,
Serratus anterior-Long throacic nerve from ventral primary ra…
Pectoralis major is the only muscle at…
shoulder girdle
Pectoralis major and minor form
anterior wall of axilla
Anatomy 3300 - upper limb
most lateral erector spinae muscle
medial erector spinae muscle
most medial erector spinae muscle
origin of trapezius m.
iliocostalis
longissimus
spinalis
superior nuchal line, external occipital protuberance, ligame…
most lateral erector spinae muscle
iliocostalis
medial erector spinae muscle
longissimus
51 terms
Anatomy: Upper Limb
Movers of the Shoulder Joint
Latissimus Dorsi
Pectoralis Major
Deltoid
1. Deltoid... 2. Pectoralis Major... 3. Latissimus Dorsi
Origin: ... 1. Thoracic Vertebrae... 2. Iliac Crest... 3. Lower Ribs…
Origin: Sternum... Insertion: Intertubercular groove of humerus…
Origin:... 1. Scapular Spine... 2. Acromion... 3. Clavicle... Insertion:…
Movers of the Shoulder Joint
1. Deltoid... 2. Pectoralis Major... 3. Latissimus Dorsi
Latissimus Dorsi
Origin: ... 1. Thoracic Vertebrae... 2. Iliac Crest... 3. Lower Ribs…
30 terms
Anatomy upper limb muscles
Sternocleidomastoid
trapezius
Serratus anterior
Rhomboideus
Sternocleidomastoid
trapezius
57 terms
Anatomy Upper Limb
Flexion
Extension
Ulnaris
Radialis
movement which decreases the angle across a joint
movement which increases the angle across a joint
referring to the ulnar (or pinky) side of the antebrachium
referring to the radial or thumb side of the antebrachium
Flexion
movement which decreases the angle across a joint
Extension
movement which increases the angle across a joint
99 terms
anatomy upper limb
what joint is the only connection to t…
muscles that originate from the clavicle
corocoacromial ligament... origin ... insert…
what artery flows to the trapezius
Sternoclavicular joint
deltoid... pectoralis major... sternocleidomastoid
origin-superior lateral coracoid process... inserts- acromion, j…
transverse cervical artery
what joint is the only connection to t…
Sternoclavicular joint
muscles that originate from the clavicle
deltoid... pectoralis major... sternocleidomastoid
125 terms
Human Anatomy Upper Limb
Protracter
Retractors
Elevators
Depressors
-Pectoralis Minor... -Serratus Anterior
-Trapezius... -Rhomboids
-Rhomboid major... -Rhomboid minor... -Levator Scapulae... -Trapezius…
-Trapezius (Inferior Part)... -Pectoralis minor
Protracter
-Pectoralis Minor... -Serratus Anterior
Retractors
-Trapezius... -Rhomboids
71 terms
Upper limb anatomy
supraspinatus
infraspinatus
teres minor
teres major
3?
4?
5?
6?
supraspinatus
3?
infraspinatus
4?
273 terms
Upper Limb - Regional Anatomy
What are the muscles of the anterior c…
What are the muscles of the posterior…
What are the muscles of the anterior c…
What are the muscles of the posterior…
Biceps brachii, brachialis, and coracobrachialis
Triceps and anconeus
Pronator teres, flexor carpi radialis, palmaris longus, flexor…
Brachioradialis, extensor carpi radialis longus, extensor car…
What are the muscles of the anterior c…
Biceps brachii, brachialis, and coracobrachialis
What are the muscles of the posterior…
Triceps and anconeus
63 terms
Anatomy: Upper Limb 1
Triangular space
Triangular Interval
quadrangular space
in the posterior region, the quadrangu…
medial margin of the long head of triceps brachii, superior m…
Lateral margin of the long head of the triceps brachii, shaft…
provides a passgeway for nerves/vessels passing between more…
inferior margin of the teres minor, surgical neck of the hume…
Triangular space
medial margin of the long head of triceps brachii, superior m…
Triangular Interval
Lateral margin of the long head of the triceps brachii, shaft…
36 terms
Upper Limb anatomy
Joints of the shoulder
Joints of the elbow
Joints of the wrist
Joints of the hand
Acromioclavicular joint... Sternoclavicular joint... Glenohumeral j…
Annular ligament... Radioulnar joint
Carpometacarpal joint ... Intercarpal joint... Midcarpal joint... Radi…
Interphalangeal joint... Metacarpophalangeal joint
Joints of the shoulder
Acromioclavicular joint... Sternoclavicular joint... Glenohumeral j…
Joints of the elbow
Annular ligament... Radioulnar joint
16 terms
ANATOMY- UPPER LIMB
C5?
C6?
C7?
C8?
upper lateral arm
palmar side of thumb pab
palmar pad of index
palmar pad little finger
C5?
upper lateral arm
C6?
palmar side of thumb pab
Upper limb Anatomy
Supinator Origin
Supinator Insertion
Supinator Nerve
Supinator Action
Lateral epicondyle... Radial collateral and anular ligaments... Sup…
Anterior, lateral, and posterior surfaces of proximal radius
Radial Nerve
Supinates the forearm
Supinator Origin
Lateral epicondyle... Radial collateral and anular ligaments... Sup…
Supinator Insertion
Anterior, lateral, and posterior surfaces of proximal radius
32 terms
Skeletal: Upper Limb Anatomy
Scaphoid
Lunate
Triquetrum
Pisiform
radial most carpal of proximal row... **broken in 70% of wrist f…
the ulnar-most carpal of proximal row
smallest of the carpal bones; forms single articulation w/ tr…
Scaphoid
radial most carpal of proximal row... **broken in 70% of wrist f…
Lunate
43 terms
Anatomy: Upper Limb muscles
PECTORALIS MAJOR
Pectoralis Minor
Serratus Anterior
TRAPEZIUS
PECTORALIS MAJOR
Pectoralis Minor
Upper Limb Miscellaneous (Anatomy)
Cutaneous means
Arm and forearm also called
Axillary fold
Shoulder girdle
Sensory (on the skin)
Brachial and antebrachial
Made of axioappendicular muscles.... Posterior: latissimus dorsi…
Aka pectoral girdle. Scapula, clavicle and manubrium
Cutaneous means
Sensory (on the skin)
Arm and forearm also called
Brachial and antebrachial
Anatomy Muscles (Upper Limb)
Biceps Brachii Origin?
Biceps Brachii Insertion?
Biceps Brachii Action?
Infraspinatus Origin
-Long Head: Glenoid Cavity... -Short Head: Coracoid Process of S…
Radial Tuberosity
Flexion and Supination
Infrapinatus Fossa
Biceps Brachii Origin?
-Long Head: Glenoid Cavity... -Short Head: Coracoid Process of S…
Biceps Brachii Insertion?
Radial Tuberosity
9 terms
Anatomy- Upper Limb- Vasculature
Which artery feeds into the upper limbs?
Which artery is a continuation of the…
Where does the axillary artery begin?
List the arteries that feed the upper…
Subclavian artery
Axillary artery
Lateral border of the first rib
Subclavian... Axillary... Brachial... Radial and Ulnar ... profunda brach…
Which artery feeds into the upper limbs?
Subclavian artery
Which artery is a continuation of the…
Axillary artery
34 terms
BRS Anatomy Upper Limb
Fracture of clavicle
Calcification of the transverse scapul…
Fracture of greater tuberosity
Fracture of lesser tuberosity
Fall on shoulder/outstretched arm or during delivery. ... Fractu…
Runs across the scapular notch. Calcification may impinge sup…
Direct trauma or supraspinatus contractions. ... Greater tubercl…
Accompagnies posterior dislocation. ... Bone fragment is attache…
Fracture of clavicle
Fall on shoulder/outstretched arm or during delivery. ... Fractu…
Calcification of the transverse scapul…
Runs across the scapular notch. Calcification may impinge sup…
93 terms
*Anatomy 3300 - upper limb
most lateral erector spinae muscle
medial erector spinae muscle
most medial erector spinae muscle
origin of trapezius m.
iliocostalis
longissimus
spinalis
superior nuchal line, external occipital protuberance, ligame…
most lateral erector spinae muscle
iliocostalis
medial erector spinae muscle
longissimus
Upper Limb Anatomy (Elliot)
what muscle connects the spine of the…
what soft tissue attaches to the corac…
What point moves laterally during late…
Does lateral rotation of the scapula m…
posterior part of deltoid muscle (COA pg. 705)
pectoralis minor... short head of biceps crachii... corachobrachialis
External rotation = upward rotation of scapula... Inferior angl…
More superiorly
what muscle connects the spine of the…
posterior part of deltoid muscle (COA pg. 705)
what soft tissue attaches to the corac…
pectoralis minor... short head of biceps crachii... corachobrachialis
Surface Anatomy of Upper Limb
Olecranon
Extensor muscles of forearm
Accessory cephalic vein
Tendons of extensor digitorum muscle
Identify 1
Identify 2
Identify 3
Identify 4
Olecranon
Identify 1
Extensor muscles of forearm
Identify 2
123 terms
Anatomy - Upper Limb
What are the main bones/groups of bone…
What joints in the proximal radius inv…
What part of the bones of the forearm…
What parts of the bones are involved i…
Radius... Ulna... Carpal Bones
Proximal radioulnar joint... Elbow joint
Radius --- head... Ulna --- radial notch
Humerus --- Capitulum and trochlea... Radius --- Head... Ulna --- O…
What are the main bones/groups of bone…
Radius... Ulna... Carpal Bones
What joints in the proximal radius inv…
Proximal radioulnar joint... Elbow joint
48 terms
Anatomy Upper Limb 2
What are the bones in the forearm?
What are the gateways at the ends of t…
Pronator Teres
Flexor Carpi Radiallis
Ulna and Radius
Cubital Fossa- At elbow... Carpal Tunnel- At Wrist
Nerve: Median nerve... Artery: Ulnar artery ... Action: Pronates th…
Nerve: Median nerve... Artery: Radial artery... Action: Flexion of…
What are the bones in the forearm?
Ulna and Radius
What are the gateways at the ends of t…
Cubital Fossa- At elbow... Carpal Tunnel- At Wrist
Upper Limb Anatomy
Coracobrachialis
Supinator
Pronator Teres
Pronator Quadratus
O: Coracoid process of scapula... I: Middle 1/3 of medial surfac…
O: Below the radial notch on posterior ulna and posterior cap…
O: Humeral head: Medial epicondyle of humerus... Ulnar head: Cor…
O: Distal 4th of anterior ulna... I: Distal 4th of the anterior…
Coracobrachialis
O: Coracoid process of scapula... I: Middle 1/3 of medial surfac…
Supinator
O: Below the radial notch on posterior ulna and posterior cap…
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