Activity 3: Muscles of the Upper Limb and Identifying Muscles of the Upper Limb

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Flex your forearm (hand supinated) against resistance, which muscle are you using?

Biceps brachii

2

If you try to extend the forearm against resistance, which muscle are you using?

Triceps brachii

3

When you flare your fingers, which muscle on the dorsum of the hand is exposed?

Extensor digitorum

4

The muscles that act on the upper limb fall into what 3 groups?

1. Those that move the arm

2. Those that move the forearm

3. Those that move the hand and fingers

5

The muscles that cross the shoulder joint insert on which bone and moves which part of the body?

Insert on the humerus and move the arm.

6

The muscles that cross the shoulder joint and insert on the humerus and move the arm are primarily which group of muscles?

The trunk muscles

7

Trunk muscles originate on which body feature?

Shoulder girdle

8

The muscles which cross the elbow joint and move the forearm, consists of muscles forming the musculature of which body bone?

Humerus

9

The muscles forming the musculature of the humerus arise primarily from which bone and insert in which subsequent set of bones?

Arise from the humerus and insert in forearm bones.

10

The muscles forming the musculature of the humerus are responsible for what 4 body movements?

1. Flexion

2. Extension

3. Pronation

4. Supination

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The group of muscles forming the musculature of the forearm, for the most part, insert where and produce movements where?

Insert on the digits and produce movements of the hands and fingers.

12

Primary action of the pectoralis minor?

Pull scapula down and forward

13

Origin and insertion of pectoralis minor?

Origin: anterior surface of ribs 3-5

Insertion: coracoid process of scapula

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Main action of serratus anterior?

Play role in push or punch of arm

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2 main actions of trapezius?

1. Stabilize scapula

2. Shrug shoulders

16

Origin and 3 insertions of trapezius?

Origin: Occipital bone

Insertion: Acromion of scapula, spine of scapula, lateral clavicle

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2 functions of rhomboid?

1. Stabilize scapula

2. Retract shoulders back

18

3 main actions of the pectoralis major?

1. Flex humerus

2. Adduct humerus

3. Medially rotate humerus

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3 origins and insertion of pectoralis major?

Origins: clavicle, sternum, costal cartilages 1-6

Insertion: greater tubercle of humerus

20

3 main actions of the latissimus dorsi?

1. Extend humerus

2. Adduct humerus

3. Medially rotate humerus

21

Origin and insertion of latissimus dorsi?

Origins: ribs 9-12

Insertion: Intertubercular sulcus of humerus

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3 main actions of the teres major?

1. Extend humerus

2. Adduct humerus

3. Medially rotate humerus

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Main action of the deltoid?

Abduct humerus

24

Origin and insertion of deltoid?

Origins: Acromion of scapula

Insertion: Deltoid tuberosity of humerus

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Main action of infraspinatus?

Laterally rotate humerus

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Main action of supraspinatus?

Abduct humerus

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Main action of teres minor?

laterally rotate humerus

28

Main action of subscapularis?

Medially rotate humerus

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Main action of biceps brachii?

Flex elbow

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2 origins and insertions of biceps brachii?

Origins: Coracoid process (short) and intertubercular sulcus humerus (long)

Insertion: radial tuberosity

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Main action of brachialis?

flex elbow

32

Main action of brachioradialis?

flex elbow

33

Main action of triceps brachii?

Extend elbow

34

Origin and insertion of triceps brachii?

Origins: Posterior shaft humerus

Insertion: olecranon process of ulna

35

Main action of pronator teres?

Pronate forearm

36

2 main actions of flexor carpi radialis?

1. Flex wrist

2. Abduct hand

37

Main action of palmaris longus?

Tense skin of palm

38

2 main actions of flexor carpi ulnaris?

1. Flex wrist

2. Adduct hand

39

2 main actions of extensor carpi radialis longus?

1. extend wrist

2. abduct hand

40

2 main actions of extensor carpi radialis brevis?

1. extend wrist

2. abduct hand

41

Main action of extensor digitorum?

Extend fingers

42

Origin and insertion of extensor digitorum?

Origin: Lateral epicondyle of humerus

Insertion: Distal phalanges of fingers 2-5

43

Main action of extensor digiti minimi?

Extend finger V

44

2 main actions of extensor carpi ulnaris?

1. Extend wrist

2. Adduct hand

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