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1

Where does the anterior deltoid insert?

Deltoid tuberosity (humerus)

2

Where does the middle deltoid insert?

Deltoid tuberosity (humerus)

3

Where don’t the posterior deltoid insert?

Deltoid tuberosity (humerus)

4

extends longitudinally from the occipital bone to the lower thoracic vertebrae and laterally to the spine of the scapula

Trapezius muscle

5

What 3 groups is the trapezius muscle broken up into?

-upper fibers
-middle fibers
-lower fibers

6

This part of the trapezius muscle supports the arm

Upper fibers

7

This part of the trapezius muscle retracts the scapulae

Middle fibers

8

What are the insertion points of the trapezius muscle?

-lateral 1/3 clavicle
-acromion
-scapular spine

9

Insertion of latissimus Dorsi?

Bicipital groove (humerus)

10

Insertion of Teres major?

Lesser tubercle (humerus)

11

-Supraspinatus
-infraspinatus
-teres minor
Make up the:

Rotator cuff

12

Insertion of supraspinatus

Greater tubercle

13

Insertion of infraspinatus

Greater tubercle

14

Insertion of teres minor?

Greater tubercle

15

Insertion of subscapularis?

Lesser tubercle

16

Insertion of rhomboid major?

Medial border, below scapular spine

17

Insertion of rhomboid minor?

Medial border at scapular spine

18

Insertion of levator scapulae?

Medial border above scapular spine

19

Insertion of serratus anterior?

Medial border of scapula

20

Insertion of pectoralis major?

Bicipital groove

21

Insertion of pectoralis minor?

Coracoid process

22

Insertion of subclavius?

Middle 1/3 of clavicle

23

Insertion of biceps brachii?

Radial tuberosity

24

Insertion of triceps?

Okecranon process

25

Insertion of coracobrachialis?

Middle 1/3 of the humerus

26

What does the shoulder girdle consist of?

-sternum
-clavicle
-scapula

27

On which side of the clavicle is the sternal extremity?

The end where the clavicle touches sternum

28

Where is the acromial extremity on the clavicle?

The opposite end of the sternum

29

Which joint is considered to be the most mobile and least stable joint in the body?

Glenohumeral

30

synovial ball-and-socket style diarthroidal joint

Glenohumeral joint

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joint is formed from the combination of the humeral head and the glenoid fossa of the scapula

Glenohumeral joint

32

junction between the acromion and clavicle

Acromioclavicular joint

33

Synovial, Gliding/Plane Joint

Acromioclavicular joint

34

Joint allows the ability to raise the arm above the head

Acromioclavicular joint

35

Joint at Sternal end of clavicle and sternum

Sternoclavicular joint

36

plane style synovial joint, and has a fibrocartilage joint disk

Sternoclavicular joint

37

Ligaments are very strong, often resulting a fracture of the clavicle before a dislocation of the SC joint

Sternoclavicular joint

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Coracoid process to greater tubercle of the humerus

Coracohumeral ligament

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Humerus to glenoid
–Main source of stability
•Superior
•Middle
•inferior

Glenohumeral ligament