PRIN HUMAN ANATOMY
PRIN HUMAN ANATOMY ANA 209
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Date Created: 10/23/15
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Musculotaneou s nerve Flexor of the elbow and supinator of the forearm Adducts arm flexes shoulder joint Flexation of the humerus forearm elbow joint Triceps brachii Long head Olechranon process of Radial nerve Extension of the infraglenoid tubercle ulna forearm elbow Medial and lateral heads joint posterior humeral sha FOREARM MUSCLES Supinator Lateral epicondyle Proximal radial shaft Radial Nerve Supinator ofthe wrist and forearm Pronatorteres Medial epicondyle Radial shaft Median nerve Pronate forearm humerus Pronator quadratus Distal ulnar shaft Distal radial shaft and wrist Brachioradialis Lateral side of distal humerus Lateral surface of radius Radial Nerve Flexor of the elbow Flexor carpi radialis Medial epicondyle Base ofthe metacarpals on the radial side ofthe wrist thumb side Median Nerve Flexor of the wrist abducts wrist on ofthe wrist little finger wrist adducts side the wrist superficialis superior half of radius digits V wrist and rst joints of fingers interosseous 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