Human Gross Anatomy - Answer Key for Upper Limb and Back Laboratory Examination (100 pts)

October 8, 2004


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01. Lower subscapular nerve 26. Upper scbscapular nerve
02. Deep transverse metacarpal ligament 27. Posterior ulnar recurrent artery
03. Musculocutaneous nerve 28. Flexor digitorum profundus tendon
04. Proper palmar digital nerve 29. Supraglenoid tubercle
05. Anterior interosseious artery 30. Medial cord
06. Thoracodorsal artery 31. Deep palmar arch
07. Medial collateral ligament of elbow 32. Median nerve
08. Long thoracic nerve 33. Articular disc
09. Recurrent branch median nerve 34. Median nerve
10. Deep radial nerve 35. Superior transverse scapular ligament
11. Posterior interosseus nerve 36. Teres minor
12. Radial recurrent artery 37. Axillary nerve
13. Deep branch of ulnar nerve 38. Extensor pollicis brevis muscle
14. Superficial branch median nerve 39. Thoracodorsal nerve
15. Extensor digiti minimi tendon 40. Coracoaromial ligament
16. Annular ligament 41. Lateral rotation
17. Extensor hood 42. Anterior interosseous nerve
18. Anterior interosseous artery 43. Nutrition, stability, innervation
19. Biceps brachii muscle 44. Suprascapular nerve
20. Radial nerve 45. Lateral pectoral nerve
21. Suprascapular nerve 46. Radial nerve
22. Dorsal scapular nerve/artery 47. Trochlea
23. Thoracoacromial trunk 48. Anterior humeral circumflex artery
24. Corocoid process of ulna 49. a) Supraspinatus b) Lunate
25. Princeps pollicis artery 50. a) Olecrqanon process b) Corocoid process

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