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Musculoskeletal - Upper Limb

by Stuart Enoch, PhD
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    About the Lecture

    The lecture Musculoskeletal - Upper Limb by Stuart Enoch, PhD is from the course Musculoskeletal - Upper Limb. It contains the following chapters:

    • Three medial plexus
    • Neck roots
    • Scalene muscles
    • Medial pectoral nerve
    • Musculocutaneous nerve
    • Anterior interosseous nerve
    • Supra- and infraspinatus muscles
    • Nerve injuries
    • Shoulder joint

    Included Quiz Questions

    1. The accessory nerve
    2. The external jugular vein
    3. Great auricular nerve
    4. The transverse cervical nerve
    1. Anterior jugular vein
    2. sternohyoid muscle
    3. transverse cervical nerve
    4. external jugular nerve
    1. Posterior Cord
    2. anterior cord
    3. superior cord
    4. inferior cord
    5. middle cord
    1. Subclavian artery
    2. Brachial artery
    3. Brachiocephalic artery
    4. Supraspinatus artery
    1. Medial pectoral nerve
    2. Posterior pectoral nerve
    3. Anterior pectoral nerve
    4. Median pectoral nerve
    1. Axillary Nerve
    2. Clavicular nerve
    3. Radial Nerve
    4. Median nerve
    1. Rotator cuff tear
    2. Bicipital tendonitis
    3. Radial nerve tear
    4. Arthritis
    1. Median nerve
    2. Radial nerve
    3. Ulnar nerve
    4. Medial nerve
    1. The lateral cord continues as the musculocutaneous nerve.
    2. The medial cord continues as the musculocutaneous nerve.
    3. The lateral cord continues as the axillary nerve.
    4. The nerve to subclavius is a branch of the C2 nerve root.
    1. Biceps tendon rapture
    2. Brachioradiallis rupture
    3. Triceps rupture
    4. Humerus fracture
    1. C8-T1
    2. T1-T8
    3. C5-C6
    4. C4-C8
    1. Ulnar nerve
    2. Musculocutaneous nerve
    3. Radial nerve
    4. Median nerve
    1. Teres major, Pectorlis major, Latismus dorsi
    2. Teres minor, pectoralis major, latismus dorsi
    3. Teres major, pectoralis minor, latismus dorsi
    4. Teres minor, Pectoralis major, Teres major
    1. C3
    2. C2
    3. C4
    4. C1
    1. Supraspinatus muscle
    2. Subscapularis muscle
    3. Infraspinatus muscle
    4. Teres major
    1. Shoulder Impingement
    2. Fractured humerus
    3. Painful arm syndrome
    4. Subscapularis tear
    1. Acromion process
    2. Clavicle
    3. Coracoid process
    4. Humerus
    1. C7
    2. T1
    3. C5
    4. C6
    5. C8
    1. Median nerve
    2. Medial nerve
    3. Ulnar nerve
    4. Radial nerve
    1. Transverse carpal ligament
    2. Vertical carpal ligament
    3. Ulnar nerve
    4. Radial nerve
    1. Median nerve, brachial artery, biceps brachii tendon, radial nerve
    2. brachial artery, biceps brachii tendon, radial nerve, median nerve
    3. brachial artery, median nerve, biceps brachii tendon, radial nerve
    4. brachial artery, radial nerve, median nerve
    1. Lateral Cord
    2. Posterior
    3. Medial
    4. Anterior
    1. !st rib, 1st rib, 2nd rib
    2. 2nd rib, 1st rib, 1st rib
    3. 1st rib, 2nd rib, 3rd rib
    4. 2nd rib, 2nd rib, 3rd rib
    1. Musculocutaneous nerve
    2. Medial nerve
    3. Ulnar nerve
    4. Radial nerve
    1. C5-C6, suprascapular nerve, musculocutaneous nerve, and the axillary nerve.
    2. C4-C5, suprascapular nerve, median nerve, and the axillary nerve.
    3. C5-C6, supraspinatus nerve, musculocutaneous nerve, and the axillary nerve.
    4. C8-T1, suprascapular nerve, musculocutaneous nerve, and the axillary nerve.
    1. Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, teres minor
    2. Subscapularis, Infraspinatus, teres major
    3. Subscapularis, Infraspinatus, teres major
    4. Supraspinatus, deltoid, teres minor

    Author of lecture Musculoskeletal - Upper Limb

     Stuart Enoch, PhD

    Stuart Enoch, PhD


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