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What movement of the shoulder is infrascapularis responsible for?

External rotation

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Which ventral rami give rise to the form middle trunk of the brachial plexus?

C7

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

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Median nerve

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Medial cutaneous nerve of arm

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Basilic vein

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Radial nerve

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Medial supracondylar ridge

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Ulnar nerve

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Ulnar nerve

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Ulnar nerve

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Name 3 muscles that attach to the coracoid process

Biceps. Coracobrachialis. Pectoralis minor.

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If there is an enlarged axillary lymph node, which regions of the body must you clear?

Arm, breast, back

3

Medial epicondyle

3

Interosseus membrane

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Which division(s) of which trunk(s) unite to form the medial cord of the brachial plexus?

Anterior division of inferior trunk

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Median cubital vein

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Coracoid process

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Radial nerve

4

Median nerve

4

What nerve is this?

Ulnar nerve

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Median nerve

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a. lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm from musculocutaneous nerve

b. radial nerve

c. median nerve

d. ulnar

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Ulnar nerve

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Palmar aponeurosis

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Where is the brachial artery with reference to the humerus?

Brachial artery starts medial to the humerus, but is anterior to it by the time it reaches the elbow

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What are the 3 heads of the triceps?

Long, lateral and medial

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Which muscle is responsible for flexion of the most distal inter-phalangeal joint?

Flexor digitorum profundus

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Radial nerve

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

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Which 2 movements does biceps contribute to?

Flexion at the elbow. Supination of forearm when elbow is flexed.

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Median nerve

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Brachioradialis

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What are the 3 trunks of the brachial plexus?

Superior, middle, inferior

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Musculocutaneous nerve

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Median nerve

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In which fingers does median nerve have cutaneous sensory fibres?

1-3 and lateral half of 4

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When does subclavian artery change its name to the axillary artery?

At outer aspect/border of first rib

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Trochlea

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Where does the brachial artery pass the elbow?

On anterior surface, exactly half way between lateral and medial epicondyle

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Where does the ulnar nerve pass through the elbow?

Behind the medial epicondyle

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Which muscles adduct the fingers?

Palmar interossei

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Median nerve

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Brachialis

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Which muscle is deep to biceps?

Brachialis

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For drainage of the hand, which vein comes for the radial side?

Cephalic vein

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Ulnar nerve

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Coracobrachialis

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Which roots contribute to the musculocutaeous nerve?

C5-C7

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Which movements does teres major contribute to?

Medial/internal rotation and adduction of arm

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Which ventral rami give rise to the form superior trunk of the brachial plexus?

C5-6

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Trochlea

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Teres major

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Median nerve

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Anterior interosseus nerve

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Coracobrachialis

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm (from musculocutaneous nerve)

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What are the 5 wrist flexors from radial to ulna side?

Pronator teres. Flexor carpi radialis. Palmaris longus. Flexor digitorum superficialis. Flexor carpi ulnaris.

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The tendons of which muscles form the anatomical snuffbox?

Extensor pollicis longus and extensor pollicis brevis

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Which artery is threatened by a fracture of the mid-shift of humerus?

Profunda brachii

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What movement of the shoulder is teres minor responsible for?

External rotation

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Brachial plexus: roots, ___, ___, ___, ____

Roots, trunks, divisions, cords, branches

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Which nerve is endangered by a laceration at the wrist on the palmar side?

Ulnar nerve

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Radial nerve

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Median nerve

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Flexor digitorum superficialis

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Teres major

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Anterior interosseus artery

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Musculocutaneous nerve

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Where does the deltoid muscle insert?

Deltoid tubercle on humerus

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Median nerve

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Where do all of the upper limb lymphatics end up?

Axillary lymph nodes

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Ulnar nerve

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Where is the common extensor origin for forearm muscles?

Lateral epidcondyle of humerus

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Which muscles abduct the fingers?

Dorsal interossei

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Where does the triceps insert?

Olecranon

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Which roots give fibres that contribute to the axillary nerve?

C5-C6

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Which cord does the median nerve receive?

Medial and lateral cords

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Ulnar nerve

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What are the successive arteries in the right arm from the brachiocephalic artery?

Subclavian > Axillary > Brachial > radial/ulna

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What are the 4 key features of all synovial joints?

1 Hyaline cartilage

2 Fibrous capsule

3 Lined by synovial membrane

4 Reinforced by ligaments

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Radial nerve

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What are the 2 branches from the posterior cord of the brachial plexus?

Radial and axillary nerves

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The nerve supplies the lateral forearm?

Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

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Medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

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Which nerve is this?

Ulnar nerve

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Which nerve comes of the middle limb of the 'M' of the brachial plexus?

Median nerve

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Ulnar nerve

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radial groove

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Brachial artery

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Lateral epicondyle

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Musculocutaneous nerve

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Ulnar nerve

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Long head of biceps

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Which nerve is endangered by a fracture of medial epicondyle?

Ulnar nerve

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Ulnar nerve

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What are the 4 attachments for the flexor retinaculum?

Scaphoid. Trapezium. Hook Of hamate. Pisiform. (STOP)

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Radial nerve

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Which roots give fibres that contribute to the median nerve?

C5-T1

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Deltoid tuberosity

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Basilic vein

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Greater tubercle

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Which nerve is endangered by an inferior shoulder dislocation?

Axillary nerve

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Short head of biceps

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Cephalic vein

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Which roots does the median nerve come from?

Medial and lateral

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Latissimus dorsi

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Median nerve

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Basilic vein

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Which cord does the axillary nerve come from?

Posterior

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Radial nerve

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What are the 3 cords of the brachial plexus?

Medial, lateral and posterior

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Median nerve

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Teres minor

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Flexor digitorum superficialis inserts where?

Middle phalynx

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Which muscles does the musculocutaneous nerve supply?

Biceps, brachialis and coracobrachialis

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Deltoid tuberosity

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Median cubital vein

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Infraspinatus

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Axillary nerve

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Axillary nerve

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Which ventral rami give rise to the brachial plexus?

C5-T1

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Flexor digitorum profundus

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Which nerve runs here?

Ulnar nerve

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What stops flexor tendons to the wrist from bow-stringing?

Flexor retinaculum

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Lesser tubercle

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Musculocutaneous nerve

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Which muscle does the ulnar artery run under?

Flexor carpi ulnaris

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Supraspinatus

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What nerve is this?

Median nerve

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Ulnar nerve

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Which nerve is often called the nerve of fine movements?

Ulnar nerve

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For drainage of the hand, which vein comes for the ulnar side?

Basilic vein

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What do the fibres of the posterior division of the brachial plexus go on to supply?

Extensor muscles and the skin overlying them

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Cephalic vein

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Median nerve

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Subscapularis

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a axillary nerve

b. radial nerve

c. lateral cutaneous nerve from musculocutaneous nerve

d. median nerve

e. ulnar nerve

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Which 3 muscles are in the anteior compartment of the arm?

Biceps. Brachialis. Coracobrachialis.

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Flexor pollicis longus

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What part of the brachial plexus is behind the clavicle?

Divisions

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Which nerve would innervate this area?

Median nerve

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Which ventral rami give rise to the form inferior trunk of the brachial plexus?

C8-T1

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Radial nerve

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Which nerve supplies deltoid?

Axillary nerve

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Acromion

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Median nerve

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Which roots five fibres to the ulnar nerve?

(C7)C8-T1

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Musculocutaneous nerve

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Ulnar nerve

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

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Flexor digitorum superficialis splits into how many tendons?

4

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Trapezius

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Which nerve passes through the carpal tunnel?

Median nerve

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When does the axillary artery change its name to the brachial artery.

At the lower border of teres major

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Median nerve

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What are the divisions of the brachial plexus?

Anterior and posterior divisions from each of the 3 trunks

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Axillary nerve

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Which nerve passes between the two heads of flexor carpi ulnaris?

Ulnar nerve

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Ulnar nerve

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Which nerve passes between the heads of coracobrachialis?

Musculocutaneous nerve

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Name two muscles between the scapula and the posterior aspect of the ribs.

Subscapularis. Serratus anterior.

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a. radial nerve

b. median nerve

c. ulnar nerve

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Which division(s) of which trunk(s) unite to form the lateral cord of the brachial plexus?

Anterior divisions of superior and middle trunk

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From which cord does the ulnar nerve come?

Medial cord

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What movement of the shoulder is subscapularis responsible for?

Medial/internal rotation

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What are the 3 cords of the brachial plexus arranged/named around?

The axillary artery

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Supinator

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Ulnar nerve

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Axillary nerve

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Which muscle does the radial artery run under?

Brachioradialis

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Which division(s) of which trunk(s) unite to form the posterior cord of the brachial plexus?

All 3 posterior divisions from the 3 trunks

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Radial nerve

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Radial nerve

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Which muscle initiates abduction of the arm?

Supraspinatus initiates first bit of abduction ie first 15 degrees

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Median nerve

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Radial nerve

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Ulna nerve

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Musculocutaneous nerve

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Axillary nerve

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Flexor carpi ulnaris

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

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Brachialis

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capitulum

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Which ribs does serratus anterior attach to?

1-8

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What do the fibres of the anterior division of the brachial plexus go on to supply?

Flexor muscles and the skin overlying them

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Cephalic vein

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What movement of the shoulder is suprascapularis responsible for?

Abduction

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Where do the 5 superficial wrist flexors have the origin?

Common flexor origin on anterior aspect of medial epicondyle.

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Olecranon

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Ulnar nerve

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Flexor carpi radialis

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What are the 4 muscles of the rotator cuff?

Subscapularis. Supraspinatus. Infraspinatus. Teres minor.

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Flexor digitorum superficialis supplies which fingers?

2 to 5

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Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm (from musculocutaneous)

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Acromion

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Radial nerve

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Which nerve represents cutaneous perception in the pinky finger?

Ulnar nerve

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What movement is it when you use your right hand to turn a tap anticlockwise?

Pronation

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What are 3 common sites of fracture in the humerus?

Surgical neck, mid-shaft and supracondylar

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What joins the radius and ulna mid-shaft?

Interosseus membrane

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What is the ball and socket joint in the shoulder more technically known as?

Glenohumeral joint

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What is endangered by a dislocation of the shoulder?

Axillary nerve

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Which nerve is associated with the 'funny bone'?

Ulna nerve

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What will be endangered with a fracture of the mid-shaft of the humerus?

Radial nerve

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What will be endangered with a fracture of the surgical neck of the humerus?

Axillary nerve

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What will be endangered with a fracture of the supracondylar region of the humerus?

Median nerve and brachial artery

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What is endangered with a sterno-clavicular dislocation?

Sub-clavian vein and artery

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What is the 'cap' of the elbow?

Which bone does it belong to?

Olecranon.  Part of ulna

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What does the spine of the scapula become as it ends laterally?

Acromium

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Which bone is the glenoid cavity part of?

Scapula

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What movement is it when you use your right hand to turn a tap clockwise?

Supination

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In what position is the elbow most secure?

In extension

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Which bone is the coracoid process a part of?

Scapula

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What's the bony medial bit of the elbow?

Medial epicondyle

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Some lovers try positions that they can't handle

Scaphoid lunate triquetrum pisiform trapezium trapezoid capitate hamate

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Which forearm bone articulates with the wrist for wrist movements?

Radius

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What is the largest wrist bone?

Capitate

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Which wrist bone has a hook?

Hamate

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Some lovers try positions that they can't handle....

where does this acronym begin?

Radial side of the proximal row

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Which nerve is compressed in carpal tunnel syndrome?

Median nerve

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When do carpal bones begin ossification?

 After birth

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FOOSH will transmit force to which bone of the wrist?

Capitate

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Which bone of the carpals is most commonly fractured?

Scaphoid

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What is a Colles fracture?

Fracture of distal radium

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What type of joints are carpometacarpal joints?

Synovial joints