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1

The axillary nerve passes ________ to the long head of the triceps muscle (traverses the quadrangular space).

lateral

2

The axillary nerve passes directly ________ to the humerus (surgical neck).

posterior

3

The posterior circumflex humeral artery passes directly ________ and posterior to the humerus (surgical neck).

medial

4

The ________ passes directly medial and posterior to the humerus (surgical neck).

posterior circumflex humeral artery

5

The posterior circumflex humeral artery passes ________ to the long head of the triceps muscle (traverses the quadrangular space)

lateral

6

The posterior circumflex humeral artery passes lateral to the ________

long head of the triceps muscle (traverses the quadrangular space)

7

The infraspinatus muscle (tendon) passes ________to the head and surgical neck of the humerus (glenohumeral joint).

posterior

8

The infraspinatus muscle (tendon) passes posterior to the ________and ________.

head
surgical neck of the humerus (glenohumeral joint)

9

The teres minor muscle (tendon) passes ________ to the head and surgical neck of the humerus (glenohumeral joint).

posterior

10

The circumflex scapular artery passes ________and ________to the teres minor muscle (traverses the triangular space).

inferior

lateral

11

The ________ passes inferior and lateral to the teres minor muscle (traverses the triangular space).

circumflex scapular artery

12

The supraspinatus muscle (tendon) passes ________ to the head of the humerus (glenohumeral joint).

superior

13

The suprascapular artery passes directly ________ to the transverse scapular ligament.

superior

14

The suprascapular artery passes directly superior to the _________.

transverse scapular ligament

15

The suprascapular nerve passes directly ________ to the transverse scapular ligament

inferior

16

The suprascapular nerve passes directly inferior to the ________

transverse scapular ligament

17

The suprascapular artery and nerve pass directly ________ to the spine of the scapula (spinoglenoid notch).

lateral

18

The suprascapular artery and nerve pass directly lateral to the ________.

spine of the scapula (spinoglenoid notch)

19

The ________ artery and nerve pass directly lateral to the spine of the scapula (spinoglenoid notch).

suprascapular artery and nerve

20

The trapezius muscle is positioned ________ to the rhomboid muscle.

posterior (superficial)

21

The rhomboid muscle is positioned ________ to the trapezius muscle

anterior (deep)

22

The accessory nerve is positioned directly ________ to the trapezius muscle.

anterior (deep)

23

The ________ nerve is positioned directly anterior (deep) to the trapezius muscle.

accessory nerve

24

The superficial branch of the transverse cervical artery is positioned directly _________ to the trapezius muscle.

anterior (deep)

25

the trapezius muscle is positioned ________ to the superficial branch of the transverse cervical artery

posterior (superficial)

26

The ________ artery is positioned directly anterior (deep) to the trapezius muscle.

superficial branch of the transverse cervical

27

The deep branch of the transverse cervical artery passes directly ________ to the levator scapulae and rhomboid muscles.

anterior (deep)

28

The deep branch of the transverse cervical artery passes directly anterior (deep) to the ________, and ________.

levator scapulae and rhomboid muscles

29

The ________ artery passes directly anterior (deep) to the levator scapulae and rhomboid muscles.

deep branch of the transverse cervical

30

The radial nerve passes directly ________ to the humerus (shaft) and directly ________to the humerus (lateral epicondyle).

posterior

anterior