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Give the origin, insertion and function of the coracobrachialis.

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Origin - coracoid process

Insertion - midway down humerus on medial aspect

Function - adduction of shoulder and weak flexor of shoulder joint

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What is the function of the bicipital aponeurosis?

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The aponeurosis protects the underlying nerves and vessels, and helps biceps to flex the elbow more effectively.

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What is deep and superficial to the bicipital aponeurosis at the cubital fossa?

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Superficial - basilic vein and medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm

Deep - brachial artery and median nerve

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What is the cubital fossa?

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The cubital fossa is a triangular area anterior to the elbow.

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What are all of the nerves supplying the upper limb derived from?

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The brachial plexus

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Which nerve supplies the muscles of the anterior compartment of the arm?

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All three muscles in the anterior compartment are supplied by the musculocutaneous nerve.

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What does the medial cutaneous nerve of the arm innervate?

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This nerve pierces the deep fascia in the superior part of the arm to supply the skin on the anterior and medial aspects.

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What is the brachial artery a continuation of?

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It is a continuation of the axillary artery

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What does the brachial artery divide into?

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Radial and ulnar arteries .

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What is medial to the brachial artery in the distal part of the arm?

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In the distal part of the arm, the median nerve lies on its medial side.

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What does the brachial artery lie deep to as it reaches the elbow and what nerve lies medially to it here?

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As it reaches the elbow, it runs deep to the
bicipital aponeurosis
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Which nerve does the profunda brachii artery run with and where?

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It runs posterolaterally with the radial nerve in the spiral (radial) groove of the humerus

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Q:

Give the origin, insertion and function of the coracobrachialis.

A:

Origin - coracoid process

Insertion - midway down humerus on medial aspect

Function - adduction of shoulder and weak flexor of shoulder joint

Q:

What is the function of the bicipital aponeurosis?

A:

The aponeurosis protects the underlying nerves and vessels, and helps biceps to flex the elbow more effectively.

Q:

What is deep and superficial to the bicipital aponeurosis at the cubital fossa?

A:

Superficial - basilic vein and medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm

Deep - brachial artery and median nerve

Q:

What is the cubital fossa?

A:

The cubital fossa is a triangular area anterior to the elbow.

Q:

What are all of the nerves supplying the upper limb derived from?

A:

The brachial plexus

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Q:

Which nerve supplies the muscles of the anterior compartment of the arm?

A:

All three muscles in the anterior compartment are supplied by the musculocutaneous nerve.

Q:

What does the medial cutaneous nerve of the arm innervate?

A:

This nerve pierces the deep fascia in the superior part of the arm to supply the skin on the anterior and medial aspects.

Q:

What is the brachial artery a continuation of?

A:

It is a continuation of the axillary artery

Q:

What does the brachial artery divide into?

A:

Radial and ulnar arteries .

Q:

What is medial to the brachial artery in the distal part of the arm?

A:

In the distal part of the arm, the median nerve lies on its medial side.

Q:

What does the brachial artery lie deep to as it reaches the elbow and what nerve lies medially to it here?

A:

As it reaches the elbow, it runs deep to the
bicipital aponeurosis
, with the median nerve lying medially.

Q:

Which nerve does the profunda brachii artery run with and where?

A:

It runs posterolaterally with the radial nerve in the spiral (radial) groove of the humerus

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