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1

Do it.

1. Suprascapular nerves

2. Intercostobrachial nerve

3. Medial cutaneous nerve of the arm

4. Medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm

5. Ulnar nerve

6. Median nerve

7. Lateral cutaneous nerve of the forearm

8. Radial nerve

9. Axillary nerve

2

1. Olecranon of the ulna

2. Trochlear notch

3. Lateral epicondyle of the humerus

4. Head of the radius

3

1. Styloid process of radius

2. Styloid process of ulna

4

Interosseous membrane

5

Capitulum

6

Groove for ulnar nerve

7

Name the structures as noted with red numbers.

1. Phalanges

2. Metacarpals

3. Capitate

4. Hamate

5. Triquitrum

6. Pisiform

7. Lunate

8. Scaphoid

9. Trapezium

10. Trapezoid

11. MP joint

12. PIP joint

13. DIP joint

8

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Brachioradialis. Flexes forearm at the elbow, especially when forearm is in midprone position. Radial nerve. Starts in posterior compartment, but acts in anterior compartment.

9

Name the muscle, compartment, action, and innervation.

Extensor carpi radialis longus. Superficial posterior/extensor compartment of forearm. Action is to extend and abduct the hand. Radial nerve innervation.

10

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Pronator teres. Pronates hand, flexes forearm. Median nerve. Anterior/flexor compartment.

11

Name the muscle, compartment, innervation, action.

Extensor carpi radialis brevis. Superficial posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to extend and abduct the hand. Posterior interosseous nerve innervation (deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

12

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Supinator. Supinates the forearm. Deep branch of radial nerve. Superficial posterior compartment.

13

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

 

Extensor carpi ulnaris. Superficial posterior/extensor compartment of forearm. Action is to extend and adduct the hand. Innervated by the posterior interosseous nerve (deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

14

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Flexor carpi radialis. Flexes hand, aids in pronation and abduction of hand. Median nerve. Anterior/flexor compartment.

15

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Extensor digitorum. Superficial posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to extend the fingers. Innervated by the posterior interosseous nerve (deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

16

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Palmaris longus. Flexes hand and wrinkles skin of palm. Median nerve. Anterior/flexor compartment.

Absent in 14% of people (he might have said 10% in class)

17

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Extensor digiti minimi. Superficial posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to extend the little finger. Innervated by the posterior interosseous nerve (deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

18

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Flexor digitorum superficialis. Flexes phalanges, wrist, and forearm. Median nerve. Anterior/flexor compartment.

19

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Anconeus. Superficial posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to extend the forearm (it crosses the elbow joint). Innervated by the radial nerve.

20

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Flexor carpi ulnaris. Flexes and adducts hand. Ulnar nerve. Anterior/flexor compartment.

21

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Abductor pollicis longus. Deep posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to abduct the thumb. Innervated by the posterior interosseous nerve (deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

22

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Flexor pollicis longus. Flexes thumb (surprise!). Anterior interosseous nerve. Anterior/flexor compartment.

23

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Flexor digitorum profundus. Flexes phalanges.

Radial half: anterior interosseous nerve. Ulnar half: ulnar nerve.

Anterior/flexor compartment.

24

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Extensor pollicis brevis. Deep posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to extend the thumb. Innervated by the posterior interosseous nerve (deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

25

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Pronator quadratus. Pronates the forearm. Anterior interosseous branch of the median nerve. Anterior/flexor compartment.

This muscle is special because it goes directly from the ulna to the radius.

26

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Extensor pollicis longus. Deep posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to extend the thumb. Innervated by the posterior interosseous nerve (deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

27

Name the muscle, action, innervation, and compartment.

Extensor indices. Deep posterior/extensor compartment of the forearm. Action is to extend the index finger. Innervated by the posterior interosseous nerve (a deep motor branch of the radial nerve).

28

Name the nerve.

Posterior interosseous nerve (deep motor branch of the radial nerve)

29

Name the nerve

Radial nerve (proximal to it branching into the superficial terminal branch and PIN)

30

Name that artery!

Ulnar artery

31

Name that artery.

Radial artery

32

Name the nerve

Superficial terminal branch of the radial nerve.

33

Name the nerve

Anterior interosseous nerve

34

Name the artery.

Anterior interosseous artery

 

35

Name the nerve

Median nerve

36

Name the three larger nerves shown.

1. Ulnar nerve

2. Median nerve

3. Superficial branch of the radial nerve

37

Name the veins.

1. Basilic vein

2. Cephalic vein

38

Name the artery.

Common interosseous artery

39

Name the artery.

Posterior interosseous artery

40

Name the two bursae in the elbow as indicated by the blue numbers.

1. Subtendinous olecranon bursa

2. Subcutaneous olecranon bursa

41

Which tendons make the borders of the snuff box?

Extensor pollicis longus makes the posterior border and extensor pollicis brevis makes the anterior border (in the anatomical position)