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Flashcards in Set 30 Myology Deck (28):
1

What are the muscles of the rotator cuff?

supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis (SITS)

2

What is the blood supply to the rotator cuff?

Subscapular (supraspinatus, infraspinatus), scapular circumflex (teres minor), lateral thoracic/subscapular (subscapularis)

3

What is the innervation of the rotator cuff?

axillary (teres minor) and suprascapular (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, and subscapularis)

4

What are the external rotators of the rotator cuff?

infraspinatus, teres minor

5

What is the innervation of biceps brachii, brachilais, and corobrachilais?

musculocutaneous

6

What is the innervation of brachioradialis?

radial

7

What is the innervation of pronator teres?

median

8

What is the innervation of triceps and anconeus?

radial

9

What is the blood supply of biceps, brachialis, brachioradials, coracobrachialis, triceps, and anconeus?

brachial

10

What is the innervation of levator ani and coccygeus?

pudendal plexus

11

What is the innervation and blood supply of the anterior thigh muscles?

femoral artery and nerve (quads, sartorius, and iliopsoas)

12

What are the "tailor's muscles"?

rectus femoris and sartorius (cross two joints)

13

What is the innervation and blood supply of the medial thigh?

obturator (pectineus has some femoral)

14

What is the innervation and blood supply of the posterior thigh?

tibial nerve, deep femoral artery

15

Where is the popliteal pulse find?

behind the knee

16

What is the innervation and blood supply of the posterior thigh?

inferior gluteal (except TFL and Glut med/min are innervated by superior gluteal nerve)

17

What is the shortest muscle?

stapedius

18

What is the innervation and blood supply of the anterior leg?

anterior tibial (aka deep peroneal)

19

What is the innervation and blood supply of the posterior leg?

tibial nerve, posterior tibial artery

20

What is the innervation and blood supply of the lateral leg?

peroneal

21

What is the function of myoblasts?

to make smooth or cardiac muscle

22

What is the function of mesodermal blocks (somites)?

to make skeletal muscles

23

What muscles are striated and multinucleated?

skeletal

24

What muscles are striated and uninucleated?

cardiac

25

What muscles are spindle shaped with central nuclei?

smooth

26

What are agonistic muscles?

prime movers

27

What are synergystic muscles?

supports movement

28

What are antagonistic muscles?

opposite movers