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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 body anatomy
Superficial Erector Spinae: Iliocostal…
Quadratus Lumborum
Multifidus
Latissimus Dorsi
Concentrically accelerates spinal extension, rotation, and la…
Spinal lateral flexion
Concentrically accelerates spinal extension and contralateral…
Concentrically accelerates shoulder extension, adduction, and…
Superficial Erector Spinae: Iliocostal…
Concentrically accelerates spinal extension, rotation, and la…
Quadratus Lumborum
Spinal lateral flexion
25 terms
Upper Anatomy
SC joint
anterior SC
posterior SC
interclavicular
prox clavicle and manubrium... weak but has strong ligamentous s…
prevents upward discplacement
prevents upward displacement
prevents lateral displacement
SC joint
prox clavicle and manubrium... weak but has strong ligamentous s…
anterior SC
prevents upward discplacement
Upper Anatomy
Clavicle
Scapula
humerus
sternoclavicular joint
slender bone about 6 in long and shaped like the letter S. Po…
flat, triangular bone. 2 major projections: spine (hooklike p…
made up of the head, anatomical neck, greater and lesser tube…
proximal end of clavicle wight he manubrium of the sternum. A…
Clavicle
slender bone about 6 in long and shaped like the letter S. Po…
Scapula
flat, triangular bone. 2 major projections: spine (hooklike p…
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…
145 terms
Anatomy - Upper Extremity
Shoulder ... Arm... Forearm ... Hand
Sternoclavicular joint ... Acromiclavicul…
cervicoaxillary canal
clavicle
What are the four segments of the upper extremity?
What are the two joints of the clavicle?
This structure protects the neovascular bundle supplying the…
Which bone is the most commonly fractured bone?
Shoulder ... Arm... Forearm ... Hand
What are the four segments of the upper extremity?
Sternoclavicular joint ... Acromiclavicul…
What are the two joints of the clavicle?
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Upper Anatomy
Clavicle
where the largest number of clavicle f…
Scapula
Two major projections of the scapula
slender bone about 6 inches long and shaped like the letter S.
part where clavicle changes shape.. (15% on the outer part, 5…
flat, triangular bone.
spine (hooklike projection) and coracoid process (only functi…
Clavicle
slender bone about 6 inches long and shaped like the letter S.
where the largest number of clavicle f…
part where clavicle changes shape.. (15% on the outer part, 5…
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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…
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Skeletal anatomy - upper appendages
acromion process
Sternum (breast bone)
Manubrium
corpus
flat bone found in the middle of the anterior thoracic wall
top part of the sternum
Middle of sternum
acromion process
Sternum (breast bone)
flat bone found in the middle of the anterior thoracic wall
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…
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Anatomy - Upper Extremity (continued)
Axillary Nerve
radial nerve
Median Nerve
Ulnar nerve
The surgical neck of the humerus is associated with which ner…
The radial groove of the humerus is associated with which ner…
The distal end of the humerus is associated with which nerve?
The medial epicondyle of the humerus is associated with which…
Axillary Nerve
The surgical neck of the humerus is associated with which ner…
radial nerve
The radial groove of the humerus is associated with which ner…
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…
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Anatomy: Upper Extremities
Fracture of mid humerus (shaft)
Volkmans ischemic fracture
Fracture of medial epicondyle
Fracture of surgical neck of humerus
Radial nerve... Supplies all extensor muscles of upper limb
pale skin, swollen, severe pain of any movement
Ulnar nerve... Supplies most of the hand muscles & 1 1/2 flexor…
Weak: common fracture ... Axillary nerve & posterior circumflex…
Fracture of mid humerus (shaft)
Radial nerve... Supplies all extensor muscles of upper limb
Volkmans ischemic fracture
pale skin, swollen, severe pain of any movement
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
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…
41 terms
Upper Anatomy
Clavicle: what is specific about the p…
Scapula: What are the two major projec…
What is the humerus made up of?
Sternoclavicular joint (SC): Where is…
It is a point of weakness where the largest number of fractur…
The spine and the coracoid process... above: supraspinous fossa…
made up of the head, anatomical neck, and greater and lesser…
proximal end of clavicle with the manubrium of the sternum. A…
Clavicle: what is specific about the p…
It is a point of weakness where the largest number of fractur…
Scapula: What are the two major projec…
The spine and the coracoid process... above: supraspinous fossa…
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
Anatomy - Upper Limp
Deltoid Muscle
Supraspinatus muscle
Infraspiatus muscle
Teres Minor muscle
proximal attachment: spine of scapula, acromion of scapula, a…
Proximal attachment: supraspinous fossa of scapula ... Distal a…
Proximal Attachment: infraspinatous fossa ... Distal Attachment…
Proximal Attachment: lateral border of scapula ... Distal Attach…
Deltoid Muscle
proximal attachment: spine of scapula, acromion of scapula, a…
Supraspinatus muscle
Proximal attachment: supraspinous fossa of scapula ... Distal a…
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Anatomy--upper limb
Radius
radius head
Radial tuberosity
Styloid process of the radius
Radius
radius head
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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…
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 Extremity Mneumonics
Brachial Plexus
Terminal nerves of the brachial plexus
Muscles inserting onto the humerus
Carpal Bones lateral to medial
Remember To Drink Cold Beer... Roots ... Trunks... Divisions... Cords... Br…
MARMU... Musculocutaneous... Axillary... Radius... Median... Ulnar
A lady between two majors... A lati between 2 "majors... Pec Major…
4 proximal... 4 distal... Some Lovers Try Positions... That They Can't…
Brachial Plexus
Remember To Drink Cold Beer... Roots ... Trunks... Divisions... Cords... Br…
Terminal nerves of the brachial plexus
MARMU... Musculocutaneous... Axillary... Radius... Median... Ulnar
166 terms
Anatomy of the Upper Extremities-Pane
shoulder is made up of what 2 bones
upper arm is made of what bone?
forearm laterally is what bone? in ana…
forearm medially is what bone? in anat…
clavicle and scapula
humerus
radius
ulna
shoulder is made up of what 2 bones
clavicle and scapula
upper arm is made of what bone?
humerus
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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
71 terms
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…
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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…
46 terms
Upper Extremities Anatomy
Pectoralis major
Deltoid
SITS (Rotator cuff)
Subscapularis
(shoulder horizontal adduction, IR) convergent muscle, fan li…
(shoulder abduction, flexion, extension) ... Origin: lateral 1/3…
Subscapularis. ... Infraspinatus.... Teres minor.... Supras…
(shoulder IR. esp adducted) Origin: subscapular fossa. Insert…
Pectoralis major
(shoulder horizontal adduction, IR) convergent muscle, fan li…
Deltoid
(shoulder abduction, flexion, extension) ... Origin: lateral 1/3…
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
398 terms
Anatomy: Upper Extremity
(1) glenohumeral, (2) acromioclavicula…
(1) carpometacarpal, (2) metacarpophal…
humerus
greater tubercle (humerus)
list the 8 joints of the upper extremity
list the 3 joints in the hand
bone in the shoulder region; part of the gleohumeral ball-and…
identify the region and the bone
(1) glenohumeral, (2) acromioclavicula…
list the 8 joints of the upper extremity
(1) carpometacarpal, (2) metacarpophal…
list the 3 joints in the hand
140 terms
Anatomy - Muscles - Upper Limbs
Subscapularis
Subscapularis - Action
Subscapularis - Origin
Subscapularis - Insertion
Medially rotates the arm at the shoulder (glenohumeral joint)
Subscapular fossa of the scapula
Lesser tubercle of humerus.
Subscapularis
Subscapularis - Action
Medially rotates the arm at the shoulder (glenohumeral joint)
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
Upper Anatomy
clavicle
scapula
humerus
SC joint
slender bone 6 inches long
2 projections, spine and coracoid process. above the spine is…
made up of the head, anatomical neck, greater and lesser tube…
proximal end of clavicle with manubrium of sternum. Very weak…
clavicle
slender bone 6 inches long
scapula
2 projections, spine and coracoid process. above the spine is…
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
168 terms
Upper Limb Anatomy
Axillary
Brachial
Radial
Ulnar
2
4
8
9
Axillary
2
Brachial
4
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 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…
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
Upper Extremity Anatomy Pictures
Acromioclavicular ligament
Coracoclavicular ligament
Coracoacromial ligament
Glenohumeral ligament
1
2
3
Acromioclavicular ligament
Coracoclavicular ligament
1
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
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
30 terms
Anatomy upper limb muscles
Sternocleidomastoid
trapezius
Serratus anterior
Rhomboideus
Sternocleidomastoid
trapezius
77 terms
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…
71 terms
Upper limb anatomy
supraspinatus
infraspinatus
teres minor
teres major
3?
4?
5?
6?
supraspinatus
3?
infraspinatus
4?
115 terms
Anatomy of Upper Extremity
What are the bones of the shoulder?
What is the clavicle's shape & how big…
Where is the most likely location of a…
Function of the clavicle
scapula & clavicle
S-shaped... 5 inches long
at the curve/shaft because it is the weakest there
connects upper limb to the trunk
What are the bones of the shoulder?
scapula & clavicle
What is the clavicle's shape & how big…
S-shaped... 5 inches long
16 terms
Upper Body Muscle Anatomy
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
Orbicularis Oris
Zygomaticus Major
Frontalis
Orbicularis Oculi
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