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The clavicle forms boundaries of what?

Cervicoaxilary canal (passageway b/w neck and arm)

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What bone transmits shock from the upper limb to the axial skeleton?

Clavicle

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What is the largest bone of the upper limb?

Humerus

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What does the anatomical neck seperate?

Head of humerus and tubercles

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Characteristics of capitulim

Articulates with head of radius
On lateral side of humerus
More rounded

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Characteristics of Trochlea

Articulation with the trochlear notch of the ulna
On medial side of humerus
Not the rounded one

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Coronoid process

Recieves coronoid process of the ulna during full flexion of the elbow
On anterior side of humerus

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Olecranon fossa

For olecranon process of ulna during extension of elbow
On posterior side

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Radial fossa

Accommodates the edge of the head of radius when elbow is fully flexed

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What is the stabilizing bone of the forearm?

Ulna

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What are the landmarks of the ulna

At the proximal end
Anteriorly-coronoid process
Posteriorly-olecranon process
Inferior to coronoid-tuberosity of ulna
Lateral to coronoid-radial notch(for head of radius)
Distal end-ulnar styloid process

Both forms the wall of the trochlear notch

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What are the landmarks of the radius

Cylindrical head
Radial tuberosity
Radial styloid process, larger than ulna and farther down

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Name carpal bones
1st to 5th

Some Lovers Try Positions That They Can't Handle
Scaphoid Lunate, Triquetral, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate

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List all bones in hand

Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrium, Pisiform, Trapezium, Trapezoid, Capitate, Hamate
5 metacarpals 1-5
5 proximal phalanges, 4 middle phalanges, 5 distal phalanges

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Pectoral fascia

Invest the pectoralis major, goes down the lateral side to become axillary fascia

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Clavipectoral fascia

encloses the subclavius and pectoralis minor

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Costocoracoid membrane

Part of the fascia between the pectoralis minor and the subclavius

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Suspensory ligament of axilla

part of clavipectoral fascia, inferior to the pectoralis minor
-supports the axillary fascia and pulls it and the skin inferior to it, upward during abduction...forming the axillary fossa

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Deltoid fascia

Invests deltoid and continuous with the pectoral fascia

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Brachial fascia

Covers arm like sleeve continuous superiorly with deltoid, pectoral, axillary and infraspinous fascia

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Medial and lateral intermuscular septa

Extend from deep surface of brachial fascia and attach to the central shaft and medial and lateral supraepicondylar ridges of the humerus

Divide arm into anterior(flexor) and posterior (extensor) comparments

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Antebrachial fascia

In forearm, seperated y the interosseous membrane connecting the radius and the ulna

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Extensor retinaculum
Flexor retinaculum

-transverse bangs which holds the extensor tendons in position
-continuation of antebrachial fascia

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Supraclavicular nerve

C3,C4
Passes anterior to the clavicle immediately deep the platysma
Supplies skin over clavicle and the superolateral aspect of pectoralis minor

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Posterior cutaneous nerve of arm

(C5-C8)
Branch of radial nerve
Supplies skin on posterior surface of arm

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Posterior cutaneous nerve of forearm

C5-C8
Branch of radial nerve
Supplies skin on posterior surface of forearm

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Superior lateral cutaneous nerve of the arm

(C5, C6)
Terminal branch of axillary nerve
Supplies skin over lower part of deltoid and on the lateral side of midarm

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Inferior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm

C5, C6
Branch of radial nerve
Supplies skin of inferolateral aspect of arm

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

(C6, C7)
Terminal branch of musculotaneous nerve
Supplies skin on lateral side of forearm

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Medial cutaneous nerve of the arm (mbc)

(C8-T2)
Arises from medial cord of the brachial plexus
Skin on medial side

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Intercostal brachial nerve

T2
Arises from medial cord of the brachial plexus
Supplies skin on medial side

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Medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm

(C8, T1)
From medial cord of brachial plexus
Supplies skin on the anterior and medial surfaces of the forearm

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Perforating Veins

Form communication between the superficial and deep veins

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Median Cubital Vein

Communicates with cephalic vein and passes the anterior aspect of the elbow and joins the basilic vein and continues to join the axillary vein

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Median antebrachial vein

Ascends in the middle of the anterior aspect of the forearm