Anatomy and Cell Biology 2221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Axial Skeleton, Tubercle, Subclavius Muscle

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One end (blue part) is attached to form the sternoclavicular joint: the left part is the acromial. The other end of the clavicle attaches to it: the clavicle joints are strong, there are ligaments to hold them in place, clavicular fractures, the clavicle is fairly slender. In this picture, the clavicle is fractured: the clavicle is a relatively weak structure, prone to fractures. When this occurs, the brace-like function of the clavicle becomes obvious, since the entire shoulder region collapses medially: the scapulae, also called shoulder blades are located on the dorsal rib cage between rib. 1/3 of superior nuchal line; external occipital protuberance; nuchal ligament and spinous processes of c7- You test her innervation via emg and find that there is no nerve damage indicating that the problem is due to a muscle weakness. How would you help your work-out buddy strengthen muscle: what muscle is causing this problem, serratus anterior, the rhomboid helps stabilize the scapula.

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