func anat glenohumeral joint

state which movement the superior/medial/inferior glenohumeral ligaments resist
full adduction/extenal rotation/abduction and both rotations
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name the 3 ligaments connected to the coracoid process
acromioclavicular, coracoclavicular and coracohumeral
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what is the role of the labrum
to improve stability by deepening the glenoid fossa
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what is the main role of the rotator cuff and bi/triceps long heads
to maintain the humeral head in the optimum position
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name the 4 anterior glenohumeral muscles
pectorais major, biceps brachii, subscapularis and coracobrachialis
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origin of pec major (sternal and clavicular fibres)
sternum, top 6 costal cartilages and medial half of clavicle
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insertion pec major
intertubercular groove
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action pec major
flexion (clavicular), medial rotation, adduction, and extension, horizontal adduction (sternal)
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origin coracobrachialis
coracoid process tip
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insertion coracobrachialis
medial aspect of humerus shaft
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action coracobrachialis
main muscle in horizontal adduction
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origin subscapularis (Sits)
subscapula fossa
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insertion subscapularis
lesser tubercle, shoulder joint capsule, anterior of humerus
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action subscapularis
internal rotation (and stability)
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origin biceps (long and short heads)
long head- supraglenoid tubercle and labrum, short head- coracoid process
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insertion biceps
radial tuberosity
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action biceps
flexion, shoulder flexion, supination, stabilises superiorly
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origin infraspinatus (sIts)
infraspinous fossa
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insertion infraspinatus
humerus greater tubercle
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action infraspinatus
external rotation (and stability)
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origin teres minor (siTs)
lateral border of scapula
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insertion teres minor
greater tubercle of humerus
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action teres minor
external rotation, adduction (and stability)
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origin deltoid
anterior border of lateral third of clavicle, acromion, lower lip scapula spine
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insertion deltoid
V shape deltoid tuberosity on humerus
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action deltoid
flexion and medial rotation, abduction of shoulder, extension and lateral rotation
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origin supraspinatus (sitS)
superior side of scapula spine (supraspinatus fossa)
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insertion supraspinatus
greater tubercle humerus
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action supraspinatus
initiates abduction (and stability)
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origin latissimus dorsi
T7-T12, iliac crest, lower 4 ribs
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insertion latissimus dorsi
inferior angle scapula, intertubercular groove of humerus
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action latissimus dorsi
extension, adduction, medial rotation
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origin teres major
posterior inferior angle and lateral border of scapula
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insertion teres major
intertubercular groove
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action teres major
extension, adduction, medial roation
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origin triceps
infraglenoid tubercle of scapula
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insertion triceps
olecranon process of ulna
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action triceps
extension of elbow, adduction and extension of shoulder, stabilises humeral head inf/posteriorly
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name the 3 ligaments connected to the coracoid process

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acromioclavicular, coracoclavicular and coracohumeral

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what is the role of the labrum

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what is the main role of the rotator cuff and bi/triceps long heads

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name the 4 anterior glenohumeral muscles

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