Anatomy Forearm  

created by Amazinga on 10 Jul 14, enabled by Lou
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Muscles and bones of the forearm
 
1
Which muscles act primarily on the elbow (olecranon process)?
   
   
   
2
Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis, extensor carpi ulnaris and extensor digitorum all share which attachment site?
   
   
   
3
Which muscle group is responsible for adducting the fingers?
   
   
   
4
The flexors are located on the___________ side of the forearm.
   
   
   
5
Which muscles create the pivoting action between the radius and the ulna?
   
   
   
6
Which muscle has an origin on the proximal end of the lateral supracondylar ridge of the humerus and an insertion on the styloid process of the radius?
   
   
   
7
What action(s) does the extensor inidicis perform?
   
   
   
8
The olecranon process serves as an attachment site for which muscle?
   
   
   
9
The _________ is the strong, thin fribrous sheet that binds the radius and ulna together.
   
   
   
10
What action(s) does the extensor carpi ulnaris perform?
   
   
   
11
The flexors are ______ and more ______ than the extensors.
   
   
   
12
Which muscle has its origin as the capitate and the 2nd metacarpal, and its insertion as the base of the proximal phlanax of the thumb (pollicis)?
   
   
   
13
What action(s) do the flexor digitorum muscles perform?
   
   
   
14
Pronation occurs at which joint?
   
   
   
15
Abductor pollicis brevis_________________ the thumb.
   
   
   
16
The ___________________ is a continuation of the antebrachial fascia that stretches superficially across the palm of the hand.
   
   
   
17
What causes the "funny bone" reaction when you bump your elbow?
   
   
   
18
The hypothenar eminence is located proximal to which phalange?
   
   
   
19
Which muscle group resides on the posterior (lateral) side of the forearm?
   
   
   
20
The palmar aponeurosis servers as an attachment site for which tendon?
   
   
   
21
Which muscle group is responsible for abducting and flexing the 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th fingers at the metacarpophalangeal joints?
   
   
   
22
The wrist joint is called the___________ joint.
   
   
   
23
Which muscle, partially responsible for opposition, has its origin as the hamate and flexor retinaculum and its insertion as the shaft of the 5th metacarpal and ulnar surface?
   
   
   
24
Which muscle has the origins of the lateral epicondyle of the humerus, radial collateral ligament, annular ligament and the supinator crest of the ulna, and the insertion of the anterior, lateral surface of the proximal end of the radial shaft?
   
   
   
25
The _________ __________ is an antagonist to the biceps brachii and the supinator.
   
   
   
26
The muscles responsible for extending the elbow joint are the ___________ and __________.
   
   
   
27
The flexor carpi ulnaris, flexor digitorum superficialis, flexor carpi radialis and the palmairs lingus all share what attachment site in common?
   
   
   
28
What features of the wrist form the carpal tunnel?
   
   
   
29
The ________ ________ has four long, superficial tendons stretching along the dorsal surface of the hands.
   
   
   
30
How many muscles act upon the thumb (pollicis)?
   
   
   

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