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1

which bone of the forearm is medial?

ulna

2

which bone of the forearm is lateral?

radius

thumb side

3

humeral region of upper extremity

brachium

4

what are the three joints of the elbow?

humeroradial
humeroulnar
proximal radial

5

name the nerves moving down the ANTERIOR side of the arm and forearm

supraclavicular nerve
T2 intercostobrachial nerve
medial brachial cutaneous nerve
lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

some axillary nerve on deltoid

6

name the nerves moving down the POSTERIOR side of arm and forearm

T2 intercostobrachial nerve
superior lateral cutaneous nerve (via axillary)
posterior cutaneous nerve of arm
posterior cutaneous nerve of forearm

7

what nerves are from radial nerve

posterior ante brachial cutaneous
posterior brachial cutaneous

8

major veins of the arm and forearm

cephalic vein
basilic vein
medial cubital vein (cubital fossa)

these are on anterior side

9

fascia that surrounds the arm

brachial fascia

10

fascia surrounding the forearm

ante brachial fascia

11

arterial supply of arm

axillary artery branches to brachial

12

significant tributaries of brachial artery

profunda brachii (deep brachial)
superior ulnar collateral
inferior ulnar collateral

13

branches of the profunda brachii

posterior descending branch (middle collateral)

14

muscles of the flexor compartment

biceps barachii
brachiallis
coracobrachialis

15

what nerve innervates the flexors

musculocutaneous

16

what lies beneath the short head of the biceps

coracobrachialis

17

are the flexors anterior or posterior?

anterior

18

proximal attachment of long head of biceps brachii

supraglenoid tubercle of scapula

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proximal attachment of short head of biceps brachia

coracoid process of scapula

20

distal attachment of biceps brachii

radial tuberosity and fascia of forearm

21

what allows the biceps to attach distally?

bicipital aponeurosis

22

blood supply of biceps brachii

brachial artery

23

innervation of biceps brachii

musculocutaneous nerve

24

proximal attachment of coracobrachialis

coracoid process of scapula

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distal attachment of coracobrachialis

middle 1/3 of medial humeral surface

26

actions of coracobrachialis

flexes and adducts arm at shoulder joint
resists dislocation of shoulder joint

27

blood supply of coracobrachialis

brachial artery

28

innervation of coracobrachialis

musculocutaneous
may have radial nerve contributions

29

what muscles compose the extensors of the arm?

triceps brachii
anconeus

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are extensors anterior or posterior?

posterior