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Class Notes for BIOS1168 at University of Sydney

Functional Musculoskeletal Anatomy A

BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Axilla, Latissimus Dorsi Muscle, Axillary Artery

VEINS OF THE UPPER LIMB Venous return in the upper limb is facilitated by blood pressure, subatmospheric intrathoracic pressure, arterial pressure, arterial pulsation, skeletal muscle contraction and valves that limit bac...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Brachial Artery, Flexor Carpi Radialis Muscle, Median Nerve

VESSELS OF THE UPPER LIMB LYMPHATIC VESSELS These begin in the interstitial space of capillary beds They transport large molecules including protein from the interstitial space to the venous system usually at the superior ...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Biceps, Median Nerve, Hypothenar Eminence

AXILLARY NERVE It exits the axilla through the quandrangular space and then enters the shoulder region In order to test for damage to this muscle you look for should joint abduction ability (deltoid, teres minor, long head...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Spinal Nerve, Enteric Nervous System, Sensory System

NERVES OF THE UPPER LIMB STRUCTURE Two groups of nerves in the PNS: Spinal nerves (32 pairs) Cranial nerves (12 pairs) Enteric nervous system can have involvement in the PNS as well as being classified as a separate nerv...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Carpal Bones, Flexor Digitorum Profundus Muscle, Median Nerve

HYPOTHENAR EMNINENCE ADBDUCTOR DIGITI MINIMI Attachments = flexor retinaculum proximal phalanx of MC 5 This muscle is positioned laterally Its movements include abduction of the little finger Innovation comes from the Ulna...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Flexor Pollicis Muscle, Metacarpal Bones, Pisiform Bone

THE HAND BONES OF THE HANDS Carpals: Two rows: Proximal row = scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform Distal row = Trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate JOINTS OF THE HAND Intercarpal joints = synovial and plane joints C...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Carpometacarpal Joint, Epicondyle, Ulna

POSTERIOR MUSCLES OF THE FOREARM BRACHIORADIALIS Attachments = lateral epicondyle distal radius Produces flexion of the elbow joint but is also involved in stabilisation Innovation is from the radial nerve EXTENSTOR CARPI ...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pisiform Bone, Epicondyle, Carpal Tunnel

WRIST AND FOREARM RADIOULNA JOINT This is composed of two joints that can be found superiorly and inferiorly Superior = head of the radius and the radial notch on the ulna Inferior = head of the ulna and the ulna notch on ...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Olecranon, Brachial Artery, Latissimus Dorsi Muscle

AXILLA The axilla is the triangular space located between the chest and the shoulder joint. It contains the biceps, coracobrachialis, the brachial plexus and the axillary artery and vein, plus the axillary lymph nodes The ...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cervical Vertebrae, Biceps, Anatomical Terms Of Motion

JOINTS Sternoclavicular Joint = involves the sternal end of the clavicle and the manubrium of the sternum, it is described as a synovial joint and has a double plane (bihinge) and allows for movement about the anteroposte...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Acromioclavicular Joint, Humerus, Clavicle

CLAVICLE In contrast to the scapula, the clavicle develops in membrane The clavicle is regarded as an irregular bone that is found in the appendicular part of the body. It is one of three bones associated with making up th...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Irregular Bone, Scapula, Thoracic Vertebrae

UPPER LIMB APPROACHES TO DESCRIPTION AND DISCUSSION IDENTIFY This involves recognising a structure of an object and then being able to identify it. Its identification is based on its appearance e.g.: size, shape compone...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr Clifton Chan
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Medullary Cavity, Sesame, Bone

Intro to Osteology Wednesday, 7 March 2018 3:22 pm Osteology: study of bones 2 main parts of skeleton: - Axial (vital/for survival) - skull, spine, sternum, ribs - Appendicular (others/limbs) - shoul...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr
BIOS1168 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sagittal Plane, Histology, Sesamoid Bone

Intro to Anatomy Monday, 5 March 2018 8:50 pm - Anatomy: study of structure - Gross (can be seen with naked eye) surface, regional, systemic, developmental - Microscopic (need a micros...

Biomedical Science
BIOS1168
Dr
Laboratory Basics - Reference Guides

Lab safety is the cornerstone principle in this compelling Guide. All international safety symbols are clearly defined, with all basic lab glassware and equipment depicted by text description and diagrams. The Guide also p...

ANAT - Anatomy
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