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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…
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…
86 terms
Upper Limb 1 Anatomy
What is the Axilla? and what is its fu…
What structure(s) make up the apex of…
What structure(s) make up the base of…
What structure(s) make up the anterior…
Is the pyramidal space below the shoulder joint. It provides…
First rib, clavicle, superior edge of fascia
Concave skin, subcutaneous tissue and axillary deep fascia
Pectoralis major and Pectoralis minor
What is the Axilla? and what is its fu…
Is the pyramidal space below the shoulder joint. It provides…
What structure(s) make up the apex of…
First rib, clavicle, superior edge of fascia
128 terms
Anatomy Test 1 Chapter 7 (upper limb)
What forms the pectoral girdle? And wh…
What is the only long bone that is oss…
Is a fracture of the clavicle common o…
What is the first and last bone to com…
-Formed by the... 1. Clavicle... 2. Scapula... -Attaches to... 1. Upper…
-The clavicle... NOTE: Other bones of the upper limb develop by…
-Common
-Clavicle
What forms the pectoral girdle? And wh…
-Formed by the... 1. Clavicle... 2. Scapula... -Attaches to... 1. Upper…
What is the only long bone that is oss…
-The clavicle... NOTE: Other bones of the upper limb develop by…
79 terms
Anatomy: Test 1; Upper Limb I
MYOFASCIAL COMPARTMENTS
Function of fascia (4 types)
ANTERIOR AXIOAPPENDICULAR MUSCLES AND…
Pectoralis Major: Overall function
....
Cover muscles and important structures; include pectoral, axi…
...
adduct and rotate arms
MYOFASCIAL COMPARTMENTS
....
Function of fascia (4 types)
Cover muscles and important structures; include pectoral, axi…
23 terms
Upper Limb 1 - Anatomy
What is mainly responsible for holding…
What attaches to the supraglenoid tube…
What attaches to the infraglenoid tube…
What attaches to the lateral lip of th…
rotator cuff
long head of biceps
long head of triceps
pectoralis major
What is mainly responsible for holding…
rotator cuff
What attaches to the supraglenoid tube…
long head of biceps
132 terms
Anatomy Practical 1: Upper Limb
Levator scapulae muscle
Latissimus dorsi muscle
Rhomboid major muscle
Rhomboid minor muscle
Levator scapulae muscle
Latissimus dorsi muscle
67 terms
Upper Limb 1 Anatomy
What are the four parts of the upper l…
What are the three transition areas?
What are the three movements of the sc…
What is another name for the shoulder…
1. Shoulder: area of upper limb attachment to trunk... 2. Arm: b…
1. axilla: between neck and arm... 2. cubital fossa: between arm…
rotation, protraction (pull forward), and retraction
glenohumeral joint
What are the four parts of the upper l…
1. Shoulder: area of upper limb attachment to trunk... 2. Arm: b…
What are the three transition areas?
1. axilla: between neck and arm... 2. cubital fossa: between arm…
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Anatomy Upper Limb 1
Lattisimus Dorsi... Function: ?... Proximal…
Levator Scapulae... Function: ?... Proximal…
Rhomboid Minor... Function: ?... Proximal At…
Rhomboid Major... Function: ?... Proximal At…
adduction and extension of humerus... spine... interberticular gr…
elevates scapula... spine... medial side of scapula
retract and rotate scapula... spine... medial side of scapula
retract and rotate scapula... spine... medial side of scapula
Lattisimus Dorsi... Function: ?... Proximal…
adduction and extension of humerus... spine... interberticular gr…
Levator Scapulae... Function: ?... Proximal…
elevates scapula... spine... medial side of scapula
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Anatomy 1 - Upper Limb
Describe the Clavicle?
Describe the Scapula?
Describe the Humerus?
Describe the Ulna?
It connects upper limb to the trunk ... Sternal end articulates…
Triangular flat bone, posterolateral of the thorax... 3 borders…
Head of the humerus articulates with the glenoid cavity of th…
Medial to the radius ... - Olecranon ... - Coronoid process... These…
Describe the Clavicle?
It connects upper limb to the trunk ... Sternal end articulates…
Describe the Scapula?
Triangular flat bone, posterolateral of the thorax... 3 borders…
Anatomy Lab Upper limb Test 1
Cervical Region
Thoracic Region
Lumbar Region
Sacral region (sacrum )
Cervical Region
Thoracic Region
137 terms
Musculoskeletal Anatomy 1 - Upper limb
What forms the anterior border of the…
What forms the lateral wall of the axi…
What forms the posterior wall of the a…
What forms the medial wall of the axil…
Pectoralis minor and major
Intertubecular groove of the humerus
Scapula, subscapularis ,teres major + lattisimus dorsi
Serratus anterior and the thoracic wall (ribs and intercostal…
What forms the anterior border of the…
Pectoralis minor and major
What forms the lateral wall of the axi…
Intertubecular groove of the humerus
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
214 terms
Anatomy Unit 1 - Upper Limb
Spinous process
Transverse process
Acromial end
Sternal end
bony projection of the posterior side of each vertebrae
lateral projections of each vertebrae
lateral end of clavicle that attaches to the scapula
medial end of clavicle that attaches to sternum
Spinous process
bony projection of the posterior side of each vertebrae
Transverse process
lateral projections of each vertebrae
56 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy PCS 1
Brachialis
Corachobrachialis
Biceps
Serratus anterior
Action: Flexion of elbow joint... Innervation: Musculocutaneous…
Action: Flexion and adduction of shoulder. Also as acts as a…
Action: Flexion of elbow and shoulder, supination of the fore…
Action: Protraction and lateral rotation of scapula... Innervati…
Brachialis
Action: Flexion of elbow joint... Innervation: Musculocutaneous…
Corachobrachialis
Action: Flexion and adduction of shoulder. Also as acts as a…
132 terms
Anatomy Practical 1: Upper Limb
Levator scapulae muscle
Latissimus dorsi muscle
Rhomboid major muscle
Rhomboid minor muscle
Levator scapulae muscle
Latissimus dorsi muscle
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…
135 terms
Anatomy: Upper Limbs [Block 1]
Pectoral Girdle
Clavicle
Clavicle Fractures
Scapula
The pectoral or shoulder girdle attaches the bones of the upp…
The clavicle or collar bone lies horizontally in the superior…
The clavicle can fracture relatively easily because its S sh…
The scapula or shoulder blade articulates with the clavicle…
Pectoral Girdle
The pectoral or shoulder girdle attaches the bones of the upp…
Clavicle
The clavicle or collar bone lies horizontally in the superior…
33 terms
Anatomy Upper limb bones
Clavicle
Scapula
Acromion
Acromion
...
Clavicle
Scapula
...
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Anatomy Test #1 - Upper Limb
Which way is easiest for the humerus t…
Which direction does lymph from the br…
What are "true" ribs and how many of t…
What is the function of the internal a…
Downward
Laterally into anterior axillary lymph nodes then to central…
"True" means they attach to the sternum. There are 7 true rib…
Muscles of respiration - expand + compress the rib cage.
Which way is easiest for the humerus t…
Downward
Which direction does lymph from the br…
Laterally into anterior axillary lymph nodes then to central…
46 terms
Anatomy: Upper limb 1&2
Name a the sternoclavicular joint:
The sternoclavicular joint is what typ…
What are the plane(s) of motion for th…
What type of joint is the acromioclavi…
Pectoral girdle
Condyla (Like wrist and MP joints)
Anterior posterior... Superior, inferior
Gliding/Plane joint
Name a the sternoclavicular joint:
Pectoral girdle
The sternoclavicular joint is what typ…
Condyla (Like wrist and MP joints)
31 terms
Med 1 Anatomy: Upper Limb
prehension
dexterity
Merkel Cell Neurite Complexes
Power
the ability to grasp or seize ... and is the combination of dext…
the result of a low 'motor unit' size
special receptors in the hand that help with sensory and dext…
depends on the strength of the involved muscles and the stabi…
prehension
the ability to grasp or seize ... and is the combination of dext…
dexterity
the result of a low 'motor unit' size
120 terms
Anatomy Upper Limb Block 1
clavicle most commonly breaks at
muscle that prevents damage to subclav…
contents of coracoid process
drooping of shoulder
junction of lateral 1/3 & medial 2/3
subclavius
corachobrachialis, biceps short head, pectorals minor
trapezius (spinal accessory N)
clavicle most commonly breaks at
junction of lateral 1/3 & medial 2/3
muscle that prevents damage to subclav…
subclavius
47 terms
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
43 terms
Anatomy: Upper Limb muscles
PECTORALIS MAJOR
Pectoralis Minor
Serratus Anterior
TRAPEZIUS
PECTORALIS MAJOR
Pectoralis Minor
168 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Axillary
Brachial
Radial
Ulnar
2
4
8
9
Axillary
2
Brachial
4
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…
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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…
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…
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
12 terms
Anatomy 1- muscles of upper limb
Pectoralis major
Pectoralis minor
Subclavius
Serratus anterior (boxer's muscles)
Origin:... Clavicular head- anterior surface of medial half of c…
Origin:... outer surface of 3,4,5, ribs... Insertion:... Upper surfac…
Origin:... Costochondral junction of first rib... Insertion:... Subcl…
Origin: 8 digitations from outer surface of upper 8 ribs... Ins…
Pectoralis major
Origin:... Clavicular head- anterior surface of medial half of c…
Pectoralis minor
Origin:... outer surface of 3,4,5, ribs... Insertion:... Upper surfac…
55 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Coracobrachialis
Biceps Brachii
Brachialis
Triceps Brachii
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: middle third o…
Origin: scapula... Long head: supraglenoid tubercle... Short head:…
Origin: distal half of the anterior surface of humerus... Insert…
Origin: ... Long Head: infraglenoid tubercle... Lateral Head: poste…
Coracobrachialis
Origin: coracoid process of scapula... Insertion: middle third o…
Biceps Brachii
Origin: scapula... Long head: supraglenoid tubercle... Short head:…
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
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 = ?
64 terms
Anatomy MS 1 (upper limb)
Whats the most common shoulder disloca…
Why is it harder to posteriorly disloc…
Upper brachial plexus injury
How can you damage your upper brachial…
Anterior (95% of time)
Requires a lot of energy (large impact, electric shock, seizu…
Erb's Palsy C5+6... Cant abduct or externally rotate, supernate…
stretching open neck and shoulder away from each other
Whats the most common shoulder disloca…
Anterior (95% of time)
Why is it harder to posteriorly disloc…
Requires a lot of energy (large impact, electric shock, seizu…
83 terms
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…
37 terms
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…
168 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Axillary
Brachial
Radial
Ulnar
2
4
8
9
Axillary
2
Brachial
4
8 terms
Upper Limb terms (Anatomy)
Acromial
Axillary
Brachial
Antecubital
Upper shoulder
Armpit
Arm
Front of the elbow
Acromial
Upper shoulder
Axillary
Armpit
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
20 terms
Anatomy Upper limb
Infraspinous fossa of scapula
Supraspinatus fossa of scapula
Subscapular fossa covers the ribs.
Coronoid process
Attachment site for infraspinatus and theres minor, two of th…
Attachment for supraspinatus muscle (3rd rotator cuff)
The subscapularis muscle is in between ribs and sub scapular…
...
Infraspinous fossa of scapula
Attachment site for infraspinatus and theres minor, two of th…
Supraspinatus fossa of scapula
Attachment for supraspinatus muscle (3rd rotator cuff)
235 terms
Anatomy 1 Midterm review- upper limb
subscapular fossa
supraspinous fossa
infraspinous fossa
acromion
subscapular fossa
supraspinous fossa
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
36 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Clavicle
Manubrium
Jugular notch
Acromion
Clavicle
Manubrium
40 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Humerus
Humeral Head
Surgical Neck
Greater Tubercle
Humerus
Humeral Head
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
43 terms
Anatomy: Upper Limb Muscles
PECTORALIS MAJOR... Medial & Lateral Pect…
Pectoralis Minor... Medial Pectoral Nerve…
Serratus Anterior... Long Thoracic Nerve…
TRAPEZIUS... Accessory Nerve CN10... Transve…
PECTORALIS MAJOR... Medial & Lateral Pect…
Pectoralis Minor... Medial Pectoral Nerve…
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