Flashcards in anatomy review Deck (53)
thickest intervertebral disc?
median nerve - partial claw - ulner?
attached to first rib
to serratus anterio
to diaphragm 345
supplied by roots
only upper trunk have ?
cords - lateral, posterio and ?
5 terminal branches
my aunt recog my uncle
axial and radial
T1 - which direction?
rises UP, all others go down
many heads - how many?
boxer's muscle, rotates arm above head -
scapulo humeral rhythm?
The scapulohumeral rhythm is therefore defined as the ratio of the glenohumeral movement to the scapulothoracic movement during arm elevation. This is most often calculated by dividing the total amount of shoulder elevation (humerothoracic) by the scapular upward rotation (scapulothoracic).
arm beyond 90?
Q re if mastectomy, what nerve damages?
Lateral winging, from trapezius paralysis with injury to the spinal accessory nerve, is most likely iatrogenic from procedures involving the posterior cervical triangle.
where does ulnar nerve run? behind medial condyle w superior ulnar collateral
radial nerve -
deep branch, superficial -
deep (new name)
superficila - goes with radial artery - sensory nerve
radial - goes to snuff box
3 Ts - triceps longhead, tiris major, minor
in space? posterior circumflex scapular artert
same 3 ts, and surgical neck of humerus
what's in it?
inferior triangle space?
radial n - thickest nerve - supplies triceps and all m back of arm and foremart
only muscle inserted into
latisimus dorsi? NOT THE ANSWER
where is it inserted into?
Anterior Interosseous Syndrome? ???
Can't do OK sign, can't flex thumb or index - ??
median nerve lesions near elbo
1 and a half muscle in foremar supplied by??