MUSCLES OF THE ARM w7 l1 wnotes

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MUSCLES OF THE ARM
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MOVEMENT WHICH OCCURS AT THE THE ELBOW JOINT: FLEXION AND EXTENSION MUSCLES ARE DIVIDED INTO 2 GROUPS: 1) ANTERIOR FLEXORS (CROSS THE AXIS ON THE ANTERIOR SIDE) 2) POSTERIOR EXTENSORS (CROSS THE AXIS ON THE POSTERIOR SIDE)
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ANTERIOR ARM MUSCLES: 1) BICEPS BRACHII - LONG AND SHORT HEADS 2) BRACHIALIS 3) BRACHIORADIALIS
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BICEPS BRACHII TWO HEADS - LONG AND SHORT, TWO DIFFERENT ORIGINS, COMMON INSERTION LONG HEAD IS LATERAL FLEXES FOREARM PRIMARY SUPINATOR AGAINST RESISTANCE BICIPITAL APONEUROSIS
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BRACHIALIS FLATTENED MUSCLE DEEP TO BICEPS BRACHII LOOK FOR ITS ORIGIN AT THE INSERTION OF THE DELTOID PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING FLEXION
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BRACHIORADIALIS MAY BE CONSIDERED PART OF THE POSTERIOR FOREARM MUSCLES (MOST OF WHICH ACT ON THE WRIST) FLEXOR OF THE FOREARM! USED FOR QUICK FLEXION OF THE FOREARM
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CORACOBRACHIALIS DELTOID BICEPS BRACHII – SHORT HEAD BICEPS BRACHII – LONG HEAD BICIPITAL APONEUROSIS
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BICEPS BRACHII – SHORT HEAD TENDON – LONG HEAD BICEPS BRACHII BRACHIALIS WHAT’S THE INNERVATION?
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ANTERIOR OR POSTERIOR?
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ANTERIOR SUBSCAPULARIS LONG HEAD SHORT HEAD CORACOBRACHIALIS
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This note was uploaded on 10/07/2011 for the course KN 251 taught by Professor Bareither during the Spring '11 term at Ill. Chicago.

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MUSCLES OF THE ARM w7 l1 wnotes - MUSCLES OF THE ARM...

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