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Flashcards in MSK Session 1 DR- The Pectoral Region Deck (10)
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What are the 3 functions of pec. Major?

-adduction of the arm
-medial rotation of the arm
-flexion of the arm

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Which ribs is pec. Minor attached to?

3-5

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What is pec. Major innervated by?

The medial and lateral pectoral nerves

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What is pec minor innervated by?

The medial pectoral nerve

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What is the function of pec minor? (2)

Allows protraction of the upper limb
Depresses scapula and stabilises it

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Where is subclavius found?

Inferior to the clavicle

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What is subclavius innervated by?

The nerve to subclavius

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What does subclavius do?

Help resist dislocation of the clavicle from the sterno-clavicular joint.

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What does the Serratus anterior do to the scapula? (3)

-hold the scapula against the thoracic wall
-rotates the scapula
-protraction

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What is the Serratus anterior innervated by?

The long thoracic nerve

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