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1

What are connective tissue membranes that divide a limb into two or more compartments?

Septa (i.e. septum singular)

2

What septum of the arm goes from the subcutaneous sheath to the humerus?

Medial intermuscular septum

3

What septum of the arm goes from the subcutaneous sheath to the humerus?

Lateral intermuscular septum

4

Identify the muscles labeled in the diagram

Green:Bicep brachii; Blue:Coracobrachialis; Red:Brachialis

5

What is the function of the biceps brachii, coracobrachialis, and brachialis?

Forearm flexors

6

What nerve innervates the anterior brachial compartment (i.e. biceps brachii, coracobrachialis, and brachialis)?

Musculocutaneous nerve

7

Identify the nerve.

Musculocutaneous nerve

8

What is the proximal attachment of the short head of the biceps brachii?

Coracoid process

9

What is the proximal attachment of the long head of the biceps brachii?

Supraglenoid tubercle of scapula

10

What is the distal attachment of the biceps brachii?

Tuberosity of radius

11

What is the action of the biceps brachii?

Flexion and supination of forearm as well as forearm flexion

12

What is the proximal attachment of the coracobrachialis?

Coracoid

13

What is the distal attachment of the coracobrachialis?

Middle third of medial border of humerus

14

What is the action of the coracobrachialis?

Weakly flexes and adducts arm

15

What is the proximal attachment of the brachialis?

Distal half of anterior surface of humerus and intermuscular septum

16

What is the distal attachment of the brachialis?

Tuberosity of coronoid process

17

What is the action of the brachialis?

Main flexor of forearm

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