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clavicle

Two Pectoral Girdle

<p>Two Pectoral Girdle</p><ol><li><p></p></li></ol>
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scapula

Two Pectoral Girdle

<p>Two Pectoral Girdle</p><ol start="2"><li><p></p></li></ol>
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shoulder girdle

Accompany glenohumeral joint movement to increase ROM

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shoulder girdle

To stabilize the scapula and clavicle during glenohumeral joint movements.

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sterno-clavicular joint

Where is the only bony contact the shoulder girdle has with the axial skeleton?

<p>Where is the only bony contact the shoulder girdle has with the axial skeleton?</p>
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superior angle

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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superior border

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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scapular notch

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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acromion process

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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coracoid process

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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glenoid fossa

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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infraglenoid tubercle

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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axillary border

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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subscapular fossa

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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inferior angle

what is this?

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acromion process

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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coracoid process

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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scapular notch

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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superior border

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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superior angle

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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supraspinous fossa

what is this?

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spine of scapula

what is this?

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infraspinous fossa

what is this?

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vertebral border

what is this?

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inferior angle

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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axillary border

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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neck of scapula

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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infraglenoid tubercle

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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glenoid fossa

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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sterno-clavicular joint

Classification: Ball & Socket

Ball - Sternal end of clavicle.

Socket – Clavicular notch of the sternum.

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ball and socket

classification of sterno-clavicular joint

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3

How many planes can this joint move in?

<p>How many planes can this joint move in?</p>
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rotational

What movement can this joint do?

<p>What movement can this joint do?</p>
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sterno-clavicular disk

Attached to both ends of the joint.  Divides the joint cavity into 2 parts. Fibro-cartilage

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sterno-clavicular disk

Prevent superior dislocation of the head of the clavicle.

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sterno-clavicular disk

Absorb compression stress.

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sterno-clavicular disk

Improve bony fit.

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ant/post sterno-clavicular ligament

two ligaments

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costoclavicular ligament

two ligaments

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costoclavicular ligament

Attaches from the clavicle to the costal cartilage of the first rib.

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sterno-clavicular joint

Movements of the shoulder girdle complex occur around the…

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acromio-clavicular joint

Classification:  Planar, synovial, non-axial.

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acromio-clavicular joint

Medial edge of the acromion process attached to the lateral end of the clavicle.

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acromio-clavicular

A lateral blow to the… joint will dislocate the clavicle superiorly to the acromion. This is a “shoulder separation”.

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coraco-clavicular ligament

Composed of

  • Conoid Ligament

  • Trapezoid Ligament

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costco-clavicular

Coraco-clavicular ligament

Similar to the ___________ lig.

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very strong, doesn’t cross joint

Why are the coraco-clavicular ligament and costo-clavicular ligament similar?

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fracture

Injury or trauma to the Clavicle

the most common…

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sterno-clavicular

movements at shoulder girdle at what joint?

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axilla

Anterior wall: formed by pectoralis major & minor.

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axilla

Medial wall: formed by the serratus anterior.

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axilla

Posterior wall: formed by shoulder mm. – latissimus dorsi & teres major.

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axilla

Lateral wall: formed by intertubercular groove of the humurus

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abduction

upward rotation

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adduction

downward rotation

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flexion

elevation

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extension

depression

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internal rotation

protraction 1

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external rotation

retraction 1

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horizontal adduction

protraction 2

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horizontal abduction

retraction 2

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abduction

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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flexion

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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adduction and flexion

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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horizontal adduction (protraction)

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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external rotation (retraction)

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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internal rotation (protraction)

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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horizontal abduction (retraction)

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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extension

what is this?

<p>what is this?</p>
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shoulder girdle

Accompany glenohumeral joint movement to increase ROM.

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shoulder girdle

To stabilize the scapula and clavicle during glenohumeral joint movements.

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shoulder girdle

Scapulo-humeral rhythm

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stabilization

The importance of muscle function in…

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proximal stabilization

Movements associated with joint motion require…

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origin

Proximal attachment, generally considered the least movable part

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origin

the part that attaches closest to the midline or center of the body.

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stable

Muscles can only exert force and cause limb movement if one end remains…

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insertion

The distal attachment, generally considered the most movable part

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insertion

the part that attaches farthest from the midline or center of the body.

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6

…muscles primarily involved in shoulder girdle movements

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muscles

6… primarily involved in shoulder girdle movements

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muscles

Do not attach to humerus & do not cause shoulder joint actions.

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muscle

Essential in providing dynamic stability of the scapula so it can serve as a relative base of support for shoulder joint activities such as throwing, batting, & blocking.

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dynamic stability

muscles are Essential in providing… of the scapula so it can serve as a relative base of support for shoulder joint activities such as throwing, batting, & blocking.

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scapula

muscles are Essential in providing dynamic stability of the … so it can serve as a relative base of support for shoulder joint activities such as throwing, batting, & blocking.

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base of support

muscles are Essential in providing dynamic stability of the scapula so it can serve as a relative … for shoulder joint activities such as throwing, batting, & blocking.

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primary

There are 6… muscles of the shoulder girdle.

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nerves

Shoulder girdle muscles primarily innervated by cervical & brachial plexus

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cervical

nerves

Shoulder girdle muscles primarily innervated by & brachial plexus

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brachial plexus

nerves

Shoulder girdle muscles primarily innervated by cervical & …

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serratus anterior

Anterior muscles of the shoulder girdle

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pectoralis minor

Anterior muscles of the shoulder girdle

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subclavius

Anterior muscles of the shoulder girdle

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upper 9 ribs

serratus anterior

origin: superiors surfaces of ….

<p>serratus anterior</p><p>origin: superiors surfaces of ….</p>
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serratus anterior

Origin

Superior surfaces of upper 9 ribs.

<p><u>Origin</u></p><p>Superior surfaces of upper 9 ribs.</p>
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medial border of scapula

serratus anterior

insertion: costal aspect of ….

<p>serratus anterior</p><p>insertion: costal aspect of ….</p>
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serratus anterior

Insertion

Costal aspect of medial border of scapula.

<p><u>Insertion</u></p><p>Costal aspect of medial border of scapula.</p>
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long thoracic nerve

serratus anterior

innervation: …. arising from the ventral rami of C5, C6, C7, before the brachial plexus.

<p>serratus anterior</p><p>innervation: …. arising from the ventral rami of C5, C6, C7, before the brachial plexus.</p>
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serratus anterior

innervation: Long thoracic nerve arising from the ventral rami of C5, C6, C7, before the brachial plexus.

<p>innervation: Long thoracic nerve arising from the ventral rami of C5, C6, C7, before the brachial plexus.</p>
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stabilization

Primary role of Serratus Anterior

…. of the shoulder girdle

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