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Anatomy of the Shoulder

by James Pickering, PhD
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    The lecture Anatomy of the Shoulder by James Pickering, PhD is from the course Upper Limb Anatomy. It contains the following chapters:

    • Anterior axio-appendicular muscles
    • Posterior axio-appendicular muscles
    • Scapulohumeral muscles

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    1. Trapezius only attaches to the scapula and the vertebral column
    2. Rhomboid minor is anatomically located superior to rhomboid major
    3. Latissimus dorsi attaches to the intertubercular (bicipital) groove of the humerus
    4. Levator scapulae attaches to the superior border of the scapula
    5. Rhomboid major and minor attach to the medial border of the scapula
    1. Protraction of the scapula is achieved by serratus anterior and the middle fibres of trapezius
    2. Elevation of the scapula is achieved by levator scapula and the superior fibres of trapezius
    3. Depression of the scapula is achieved by the inferior fibres of trapezius
    4. Retraction of the scapula is achieved by the middle fibres of trapezius and the rhomboids
    5. Lateral rotation of the scapula is achieved by both the superior and inferior fibres of trapezius
    1. Latissimus dorsi
    2. a. Teres minor
    3. Supraspinatus
    4. Infraspinatus
    5. Subscapularis
    1. Teres Major
    2. Long head of biceps
    3. Teres Minor
    4. Shaft of the humerus
    5. Long head of the triceps brachii
    1. Axillary
    2. Long thoracic
    3. Radial
    4. Nerve to subclavius
    5. Musculocutaneous
    1. The deltoid muscle is innervated by the accessory nerve
    2. Its principle movement is abduction of the humerus at the glenohumeral joint
    3. Its anterior fibres are involved in flexion of the humerus at the glenohumeral joint
    4. Its posterior fibres are involved in extension of the humerus at the glenohumeral joint
    5. The deltoid tuberosity is located on the lateral aspect of the proximal third of the humerus
    1. Serratus anterior is involved in retraction of the scapula
    2. Pectoralis major is involved in adduction, flexion and medial rotation of the humerus
    3. Pectoralis minor is innervated by the medial pectoral nerve
    4. Pectoralis major has two sites of attachment on the rib cage
    5. Serratus anterior is innervated by the long thoracic nerve

    Author of lecture Anatomy of the Shoulder

     James Pickering, PhD

    James Pickering, PhD


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