Medial pectoral nerve

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  • Postoperative Analgesine Essay

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    postoperative analgesia for such procedures (4). They are field blocks that aim to deposit the local anesthetic between the pectoralis major and minor muscles and between pectoralis minor and serratus anterior respectively to block the different peripheral nerves supplying the

  • The Trapezius Muscle Essay

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    scapular spine. - Nerve supply: It is innervated by the spinal accessory nerve. - Action: It functions mainly as a scapular retractor and elevator of the lateral angle of the scapula[19]. The rhomboids muscles: The rhomboids, consisting of the major and minor muscles. - Origin: the major and minor muscles originate from the spinous processes of C7 and T1 and T2 to T5, respectively. - Insertion: They insert on the medial aspect of the scapula. - Nerve supply: The dorsal scapular nerve innervates the

  • The Three Trunks Of The Plexus

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    Rick Winstead Steve Hammons PTA 150 2/13/15 Brachial Plexus At first glance, the brachial plexus may be a bit intimidating. The nerves arising from it and the muscles of the trunk and upper extremity of which it innervates may seem overwhelming, but as one begins the process of adding all of the components together in an orderly fashion, it begins to be seen in a much more easily understood manner. The first step in this process is to gain a grasp on the basic main structure of the plexus, and

  • Breast Cancer Pain Essay

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    Physiology The breasts or mammary glands are sometimes considered a part of the reproduction system. Structurally, they are modified sweat glands. They are composed of mainly fat, breast tissue, nerves, veins, arteries, and connective tissues. The breast is usually situated on top of the pectoral major muscles covering the second rib to the sixth or seventh rib and extends from the sternum to the mid-axillary line. Breast tissue has an axillary tail which extends into the armpit region.

  • Pathophysiology Of Adsulitis

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    (Peterson and Redlund-Johnell, 2009). Functional movements of the joint include flexion, extension, abduction, adduction both frontal and transverse plane, medial and lateral rotation and circumduction. The shoulder also allows for scapular protraction, retraction, elevation, and depression (Quillen, Wuchner, Hatch, 2004). The primary stabilisers of the shoulder are the biceps brachii (anterior side of the

  • Need to See a Paper

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    Quiz covering Lab 8 1 THE HUMAN BODY – LEVELS OF ORGANIZATION 1. MOLECULES (e.g. water, two atoms of hydrogen linked to one atom of oxygen) and macromolecules ( = "large molecules", e.g. DNA) 2. CELLS (e.g. white blood cells, muscle cells, nerve cells), which contain cell organelles (e.g. mitochondria, little powerhouses that produce energy for the cells) 3. TISSUES, made up of cells (e.g. muscle

  • Essay on Comprehensive assignment

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    which nerves control which muscles to cause the needed eye movements). Action: Muscle: Origin: Insertion: Nerve: Eye looks down Inferior Rectus Sphenoid around optic canal Inferior, medial surface of eyeball Oculomotor Nerve III Eye looks laterally Lateral Rectus Sphenoid around optic canal Lateral surface of eyeball Abducens Nerve VI Eye rolls, looks down and laterally Superior Oblique Sphenoid around optic canal Superior, lateral surface of eyeball Trochlear Nerve IV

  • Suprascapular Nerve Block Report

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    if arthroscopic or open, can cause severe postoperative pain and discomfort. Several analgesic techniques, such as intra-articular injection of local anaesthetics, parenteral opioids, brachial plexus block, and selective suprascapular and axillary nerve block are used with different success and side effect profile. The interscalene brachial plexus block remains the mainstay for analgesia In shoulder surgery. The interscalene block technique is more effective in controlling postoperative pain, causing

  • Midterm Review Anatomy 1 Lab

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    below ex. the abdomen is inferior to the chest ~Anterior- front ex. the face and the arms are in the anterior body surface. ~Posterior- back ex. the spine is posterior to the heart ~Medial- toward the midline ex. the heart is medial to the lungs. ex. the sternum is medial to the ribs

  • Group 1 Bee Sting Final Fall 2014 Essay

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    across which joints under the control of which nerves) Action Muscle Origin Insertion Nerve Turn head right: Rotation to the shoulder of opposite side Sternocleidomastoid Manubrium of Sternum and Clavicle Mastoid Process of temporal bone and the occipital bone Accessory Nerve Flexion and slight rotation of the head Scalenes (scalenus anterior, scalenus medius, and scalenus posterior) Transverse processes of clavicle vertebrae First two ribs Cervical nerves (C3-C6) 3. (10 points) Trace the