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Lecture #10 Upper Extremity

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  • 1. Learning Objectives for Anatomy Lecture Summer 2003 Lecture 10: Upper Extremity At the end of lecture 10, the student should be able to: 1) Identify and describe the bones and joints of the upper extremity including pectoral girdle 2) Identify origin, insertion, function and innervation of the muscles of the upper extremity (shoulder, arm, forearm, hand) 3) Identify the muscles of each compartment of the arm and forearm 4) Identify the arteries and veins that serve the upper extremity 5) Define the boundaries and contents of the axilla 6) Identify various upper extremity structures through their surface anatomy 7) Explain the parts of the brachial plexus 8) Describe the motor and sensory innervation from each main branch of the brachial plexus 9) Predict the type of condition/impairment caused by nerve damage to main branches of brachial plexus