Anatomy, 4th Edition by Louise Stenhouse; Michael Dykes

By Louise Stenhouse; Michael Dykes

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The scapula is a flat, triangular bone which lies on the posterior thoracic wall. It features superior, medial and lateral borders, and superior, inferior and lateral angles (Fig. 6). The glenoid cavity on the lateral edge of the scapula, acromioclavicular sternoclavicular joint joint clavicle greater tubercle of humerus glenohumeral joint lesser tubercle of humerus manubrium of sternum body of sternum scapula humerus rib Fig. 4 Skeleton of the pectoral girdle. 32 lateral anterior concavity sternocleidomastoid muscle medial anterior convexity B for articulation with sternum pectoralis major muscle costoclavicular ligament deltoid muscle subclavius muscle (insertion) conoid ligament trapezius muscle (insertion) trapezoid ligament coracoclavicular ligament Fig.

Discuss the arterial supply and venous drainage of the the arm. • Describe the elbow joint. • List the muscles involved in elbow flexion and extension, and state their nerve supply. • Describe the boundaries of the cubital fossa and its contents. • Name the muscles, vessels and nerves in each compartment of the forearm, and appreciate their involvement in the movement of the wrist and the digits. • State the boundaries and contents of the anatomical snuffbox. • List the boundaries of the carpal tunnel and the structures passing through it.

The tendon of biceps brachii is palpable as it enters the fossa. The only bony attachment of the upper limb to the trunk is through the sternoclavicular joint. The limb is mainly suspended by a series of muscles, which adds greatly to the mobility of the shoulder region. The muscles form the anterior, posterior and medial walls of the axilla, which can be palpated as the anterior and posterior axillary folds (see below). During flexion of the arm, the biceps brachii muscle becomes visible on the anterior surface of the arm.

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