What are the ossification ages with nemonic?
Every Potential Anatomist Should Know When Elbow 16 years Pelvis, Ankle 17 years Shoulder, Knee 18 years Wrist 19 years
what ligament support breast from deep fascia
Suspensory ligament (Cooper’s)
Where do lymphatic channels carry lymph (and cancer cells)?
pectoral nodes in axilla
Brachial plexus (nemonic and numbers)
53235 Randy Travis Drinks Cold Beer 5 Rami 3 Trunks 2 Divisions 3 Cords 5 branches
rotator cuff muscles
SITS Supraspinatous Infraspinatous Teres minor Subscapularis *** teres major doesn't belong
Serratus anterior innervation and action and innervation
action: C567 raise your wings up to heaven
Serratus Anterior Long Thoracic
what does dorsal scapular nerve innervate?
both rhomboids and levator scapulae
damage to what nerves causes scapular winging?
what will cause lateral and medial rotation of scapulae
weakness of rhomboids = lateral
weakness of serratus anterior = medial
middle posterior branch of brachial plexus
C7 STAR (posterior cord STAR) Subscapular Thoracodorsal Axillary Radial
Spine of Scapula
innervation of pec major and minor
lateral less, medial more
lateral pectoral nerve innervates pec major and medial pec nerve innervates both
branching of the brachial artery (where does it come from?)
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aortic arch -> brachiocephalic trunk -> subclavian -> axillary artery (changes to axillary at 1st rib) -> brachial artery
what are the branches of the subclavian artery?
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What does the axillary, subclavian, and brachial plexus travel between?
anterior and middle scalenes
What are branches of the axillary artery?
Suzy Thompkins Loves Sex Alcohol Pot Sup thoracic Thoracacromial Lateral thoracic Subscapular Ant circumflex humeral Posterior circumflex humeral
Branches of Thoracoacromial artery (ABCD)
Where is the brachial plexus compressed in thoracic outlet syndrome?
what innervates heads of triceps?
what muscles flex the elbow?
Contents of Cubital Fossa
My Blood Turned Red: Median nerve Brachial artery Tendon of biceps Radial nerve
What are the anterior forearm muscles?
PFPF Pronator Teres Flexor carpi radialis Palmaris longus Flexor carpi ulnaris
what muscles are supplied by the radial nerve?
BEST Brachioradialis Extensors Supinator Triceps
Radial nerve usually supplies ___ except that it supplies ____
brachioradialis which is a flexor
what level is nipple at?
Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can't Handle Scaphoid Lunate Triqu Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid Capate Hamate
most common location for fracture of hand bone
where do most extensor muscles hook into?
where are ganglion cysts found?
most common pathology of fingers
trigger finger (nodule along flexor tendon)
landmarks of anatomical snuffbox
scaphoid, trapezium, radial styloid process
what nerve is damaged in claw hand?
carpal tunnel syndrome
cutaneous sensory loss on median nerve distribution
weaness of lumbricals 1,2
hand fractures: Colle’s vs Smith’s
Colle: fall on outstretched hand (FOSH): distal radius and ulna (wrist in extension)
smith: fall on back of hand. wrist in flexion
What causes carpal tunnel syndrome?
MEDIAN TRAP Myxedema Edema premenstrually Diabetes Idiopathic Acromegaly Neoplasm Trauma RA Amyloidosis Pregnancy
what forms superficial palmar arch?
ulnar artery as it comes through tunnel of guyon
anastomosis with radial artery
deep palmar arch
radial artery as it comes through anatomical snuffbox