radius muscle attachment

Radius Anatomy-Muscle Attachment & Bony Landmark

The radius is a long bone in the forearm. It lies laterally and parallels to the ulna, It rotates to produce the motion supination and pronation of the forearm. The radius and the ulna to[...]

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upper limb quiz

Upper Limb Question With Answer P.2

1. Pectoralis Major: A. Is the only m supplied by all 5 segments of the brachial plexus B. Is a lateral rotator of the arm C. Arise only from clavicle, sternum & upper 6 costal cartilages[...]

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scapular posterior muscle attachment

Scapula Anatomy:Bony Landmarks & Muscle Attachment

The scapula is also known as the shoulder blade. It articulates with the humerus at the glenohumeral joint, and the clavicle at the acromioclavicular joint. It is a triangular, flat bone, which attachment for 17[...]

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upper limb

Upper Limb Question With Answer P.1

Q1. In the Forearm and Hand A.In the Cubital Fossa, the Median Nerve Is Medial to Brachial Artery…true B. The Dorsal Cutaneous Branch of Ulnar Nerve Is Given Off in Forearm….true C. The Scaphoid and[...]

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Humerus with label

Humerus Anatomy: Bony Landmarks & Muscle Attachment

The humerus is described as having a proximal region, shaft, and distal region. The humerus articulates proximal region by the scapula at the shoulder joint and radius and distal region with ulna at the elbow[...]

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osteology-clavicle

MCQ.Question’s -Clavicle with answer

1.The first bone to start ossifying is A.clavicle B.humerus C.radius D.ulna 2.The anterior border of the lateral one –third of the shaft of clavicle gives origin to A.infraspinatus B.trapezius C.deltoid D.sternocleidomastoid 3.The only long bone[...]

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clavicle muscle attachment

Clavicle Anatomy-Muscle Attachment-Parts-Function

The clavicle, or collar bone, a long bone with a shaft and two ends, it can be easily palpated, and it is one of the most ordinarily fractured bones in the body.      

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hyper & hypomobility

Hyper & Hypomobility fact of Joint

Joint mobility the capacity of a joint to be moved within its range in various planes. This is conditional on the characteristics of the individual joint itself as well as the promoting muscles and ligaments,[...]

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Upper Motor vs. Lower Motor Neuron Disease

Upper Motor vs. Lower Motor Neuron Disease

All the neurons supplying to the pyramidal and extrapyramidal systems are upper motor neurons (UMN). The anterior horn cells and the associated neurons in the motor nuclei of some cranial nerves are lower motor neurons[...]

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upper & lower-motor-neuron-lesions

Lower Motor Neuron Lesions Sign & Symptom

Lower Motor Neuron Lesions Trauma, infection (poliomyelitis), vascular disorders, degenerative diseases, and neoplasms may all produce a lesion of the lower motor neuron by destroying the cell body in the anterior gray column or its[...]

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