Flashcards in Upper Limb Wet Room Station 1 Deck (23):
What creates the anterior wall of the Axilla?
Pectorals Major an Minor Muscles
What creates the posterior wall of the Axilla?
What creates the medial wall of the Axilla?
The thoracic wall and the serratus anterior Muscles
What creates the lateral wall of the Axilla?
Inter tubercular groove of the humerus
The axillary a. is a continuation of ______.
The subclavian a.
At which anatomical point does the axillary a. begin?
Lateral border of the 1st Rib
What does the axillary artery become after transversing though the axilla?
The brachial a.
At which anatomical point does the axillary a. change name?
At the lower margin of the Teres Major
Which nerves form the brachial plexus
C5 to T1
Which nerves form the upper trunk of the brachial plexus?
C5 and 6
What is Erbs point?
A site at the upper trunk of the brachial plexus located 2–3 cm above the clavicle
What does compression of Erbs point cause anatomically?
Waiters tip appearance
'Upper Limb medially rotated with a flexed wrist
What does C5 and 6 supply?
Biceps Brachiallis; Coracbrachialis, Brachioradiallis and the Deltoid
Which Nerves create the lower trunk of the brachial plexus?
C8 and T1
What is compression of C8 and T1 called?
Which muscles are affected in Klumpke's palsy?
Intrinsic muscles of the hand and Ulnar Flexors of the wrists and fingers
What are the chords of the brachial named in relation towards?
The axilla artery in the axilla
Which nerves does the lateral chord of the BP supply? (3)
Lateral Pectoral, Lateral root of median nerve and Musculocutaneous nerves
Which nerves does the medial chord of the BP supply? (5)
Medial root of the median nerve,
Medial cutaneous nerve of the arm,
medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm
Which nerves does the posterior chord of the BP supply? (4)
Subscapular n (Upper and Lower)
Where does the cephalic vein arise?
The lateral end of the dorsal venous arch
Where does the basilic vein arise?
The medial end of the dorsal venous arch