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M. coracobrachialis. o: Coracoid process. i: Middle third of humerus anteriorly. A: Forward flexion, weak adduction and medial rotation of the arm. I: Musculocutaneous nerve. C D E M. brachialis. o: Lower 2/3 ofanterior surface of humerus. i: Ulnar tuberosity. A: Flexion of the elbowjoint. I: Musculocutaneous nerve. D E F M. triceps brachii. Three-headed upper arm muscle with common attachment to the olecranon. G

Long head of triceps. Caput longum. o: In-fraglenoidtubercle.i:Olecranon.A:Extensionof the elbowjoint, adduction of the shoulder joint. It separates the medial (triangular) from the lateral (quadrangular) space. B C D G Lateral head of triceps. Caput laterale.o: Posterior surface of humerus lateral and proximal to groove for radial nerve. i: Olecranon. A: Extension of the elbow joint. F G Medial head of triceps. Caput mediale.o: Medial and distal to groove for radial nerve. i: Olecranon. A: Extension of the elbow joint. F G Superior and inferior apertures. [[Aperturae superior et inferior]]. Medial and lateral ends of the fascial cone for the large neurovascular bundles in the axilla.

M. anconaeus. o: Lateral humeral epicondyle. Continuation of medial head of triceps. i: Lateral margin of olecranon and posterior surface of ulna. A: Extension of the elbow joint. I: Radial nerve. G

M. articularis cubiti. Articular muscle of elbow. Its fibers pass from the triceps brachii to the articular capsule. A: Tenses the capsule. I: Radial nerve.

M. pronator teres. o: Medial epicondyle of humerus and coronoid process ofulna. i: Middle of lateral surface of radius. A: Pronation and flexion ofthe elbowjoint. I: Median nerve. D Humeral head of pronator teres. Caput humerale. The portion arising from the medial epicondyle. D E

Ulnar head of pronator teres. Caput ulnare. The part arising from the coronoid process. D

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Scapula, anterior view

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