Anatomy

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  • Created on: 08-11-18 18:46
How does the contraction of pectoralis major assist in breathing?
Helps to move ribs out and up, not normally used, when trouble breathing --> tripod
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Which bony structures lie subcutaneously in the anterior chest wall?
sternum (manubrium,
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What are the articulations of the clavicle?
medially with the sternum (sterno-clavicular joint); laterally with the acromonium of the scapula
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What forms the anterior auxiliary fold?
lower border of pectoralis major
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What lies deep to pectoralis minor muscle?
the posterior, lateral, and medial cords of the brachial plexus; the axillary artery and vein
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Which bony structures lie subcutaneously in the anterior chest wall?

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sternum (manubrium,

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What are the articulations of the clavicle?

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Card 4

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What forms the anterior auxiliary fold?

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Card 5

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What lies deep to pectoralis minor muscle?

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