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which cord does the musculocutaneous nerve arise from?

lateral cord of brachial plexus

axillary artery parts to branches mnemonic



1 - 2 - 3

first (medial to pec minor) - 1 branch



second (posterior to pec minor) - 2 branches



third (lateral to pec minor) - 3 branches

axillary artery mnemonic



Sixties Teens Love Sex and Pot

Superior thoracic (1)


Thoracoacromial (2)


Lateral thoracic (2)


Subscapular (3)


Anterior circumflex (3)


Posterior circumflex (3)


axillary artery mnemonic



'Sixties Teens Love Sex and Pot'



teens grow up and die, Cadavers Are Dead People

Thoracromial artery is SUPERIOR BRANCH (Teens grow up and die)



Clavicular


Acromial


Deltoid


Pectoral

axillary artery mnemonic



'Sixties Teens Love Sex and Pot'



Sex Goes Down and causes STDs






Subscapular artery is INFERIOR branch


(Sex goes down)



Scapular circumflex


ThoracoDorsal


lymph nodes draining breast

parasternal


subscapular


pectoral

boundaries and structures passing through quadrangular space

SUPERIOR; subscap/ters minor


LATERAL; neck of humerus


MEDIAL; long head of triceps


INFERIOR; teres major



permits: posterior Cx humeral, axillary nerve

distal attachment of latissimus dorsi

floor of intertubercular groove

which nerve supplies supraspinatus

suprascapular nerve

cubital fossa arrangement mnemonic



Really Need Booze To Be At My Nicest

LATERAL TO MEDIAL



Radial Nerve


Biceps Tendon


Brachial Artery


Median Nerve

which is the most important ligament in strengthening the sternoclavicular joint

costoclavicular ligament

origin of nutrient artery to humerus

brachial artery

transverse humeral ligament

-part of GHJ capsule


-bridges greater and lesser tuberosities

joints comprising elbow

humeroulnar



humeroradial



superior radioulnar (capsule extends inferiorly)

innervation of GHJ

suprascapular nerve


axillary nerve


lateral pectoral nerve