244exam4 - Upper Limb (Extremity) (membrum superius)...

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Unformatted text preview: Upper Limb (Extremity) (membrum superius) REGIONS: shoulder complex (area of upper limb attachment to trunk) arm (brachium) (area of upper limb between shoulder and elbow) forearm (antebrachium) (between elbow and wrist) wrist (carpus) hand (distal to wrist) Sometimes both considered the hand 8 5 14 Upper Extremity (Limb) A. Omos - shoulder B. Brachium - arm C. Cubitus - elbow D. Antebrachium - forearm E. Radial - thumb side of forearm F. Ulnar - pinky side of forearm G. Manus - hand 1. Carpus - wrist Upper Extremity 2. Metacarpus hand 3. Digiti manus - fingers (digits) H. Palma manus - palm I. Pollex thumb Digitus indicis - index finger Digitus medius - middle finger Digitus annulus - ring finger Digitus minimus manus - pinky Upper Extremity - Shoulder The shoulder complex - functional unit that results in movement of arm with respect to trunk; the region of upper limb that attaches to trunk and neck Function of shoulder complex? positioning upper extremity for hand mobility (at expense of stability) SC Joint AC Joint GH (Shoulder) Joint Shoulder Complex BONES (3) Clavicle Scapula Humerus Shoulder Girdle JOINTS (4) Sternoclavicular (SC) Acromioclavicular (AC) Glenohumeral (GH) Scapulothoracic Shoulder Girdle Bony ring, incomplete posteriorly, formed by scapulae (posterior) and clavicles (anterior), which is completed anteriorly by the manubrium of the sternum. Clavicle (Collar Bone) STERNAL EXTREMITY OF THE CLAVICLE (2) CLAVICULAR SHAFT CONOID TUBERCLE (inferior) TRAPEZOID LINE (inferior) ACROMIAL EXTREMITY OF THE CLAVICLE (5) Superior view (from above) CLAVICULAR SHAFT Clavicle (Collar Bone) STERNAL EXTREMITY OF THE CLAVICLE ARTICULAR SURFACE FOR MANUBRIUM CLAVICULAR SHAFT CONOID TUBERCLE (11) TRAPEZOID LINE (9) ACROMIAL EXTREMITY OF THE CLAVICLE ARTICULAR SURFACE Inferior view (from below) CLAVICULAR SHAFT CLAVICULAR SHAFT Right SCAPULA Posterior View Lateral View Anterior View Acromioclavicular (AC) Joint Articulation of acromion & distal end of clavicle plane synovial joint with capsule function is to allow scapula additional ROM on scapula and transmit forces from UE to clavicle AC ligament strengthens superiorly Aponeurosis (flat tendon) of trapezius & deltoid strengthen superiorly Coracoclavicular ligament further stabilizes Sternoclavicular (SC) Joint...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course KNH 244L taught by Professor Omolewu during the Spring '10 term at Miami University.

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