Serratus anterior muscle

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  • Postoperative Analgesine Essay

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    pharmacologic pain relief methods(3). Pecs1 and 2 can provide effective 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

  • External Intercostals And Its Effect On Inhalation

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    The air flow will control how quickly the diaphragm goes up. The rebounding (equilibrium) forces also activated when lung-thorax unit is compressed. Their needs to be a maintained airflow and subglottal pressure. Use inspiratory muscles to control air flow coming out at first. Still contracts the diaphragm and controls how quickly it goes up. Still contracts the external intercostals and others to control rib cage. Going down slower and volume decreases much slower. Positive pressure

  • The Day Of Our Dissection Process

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    On the first day of our dissection process, the group before us also had the right portion of the back, which includes the following muscles: Trapezius, Latissimus dorsi, Triangle of auscultation, Lumbar triangle, Blood vessels and nerves, posterior triangle of neck, Rhomboid major, Rhomboid minor, Levator scapulae, Serratus posterior superior and inferior, Splenius capitis, Semispinalis, erector spinae, and Multifidus. Once it was our turn for the dissection process of the cadaver, the previous

  • Leg Pain in a 22 Year Old Female Soccer Player

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    had a 3-month history of deep aching pain in the antero-lateral right leg and on some occasions, bilaterally (1). The pain occurs within 15 to 20 minutes of her training regime or upon commencing a run. She reported symptoms of tightness in her anterior leg, and weakness of ankle dorsi-flexors (1). She described that symptoms worsened as the exercise duration was prolonged. When activity ceased, symptoms were alleviated, though pain would return if she re-engaged in the activity. Upon attempting

  • Scapula Research Paper

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    The consequences of weak muscles around the scapula affect your arm movements and strength as well as your posture. The scapula is important for a variety of movements of the arm by moving the glenoid fossa into the best position for the head of the humerus. Elevating the scapula uses your levator scapulae, rhomboids, and trapezius 1 and 2 muscles. Elevation of the scapula allows you to shrug and lift your shoulders up. If the muscles needed for elevating your scapula are weak, then your shoulders

  • Pain And Treatment Of Shoulder Pain

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    Introduction The shoulder is one of the largest and most complex joints in the human body(1)The shoulder is not a single joint; it is an intricate arrangement of bones, muscles and ligaments, which provides strength and range of motion to the arm(1, 2). Shoulder pain accounts for between 16-21% of all musculoskeletal complaints(3, 4). There are many causes of shoulder pain such as: repetitive movements and overuse, trauma, and degenerative changes. Shoulder pain and associated glenohumeral

  • The Trapezius Muscle Essay

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    trapezius muscle: - Origin: it has an extensive origin from the base of the skull to the upper lumbar vertebrae. - Insertion: it inserts on the lateral aspect of the clavicle, acromion, and 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

  • Upper Cross Syndrome

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    weakness and tightnesses in the muscles of the upper and lower regions of the body. By using this method it enables the therapists to predict patterns of weaknesses and tightnesses in the muscular tone, thus creating imbalances in the muscular system and further causing dysfunction in the body's movements. Upper cross syndrome: The facilitated muscles of the upper region of the body are: Upper trapezius fibres, levator scapula, sternocleidomastoid, anterior scalenes and the pectoralis major

  • Gross Anatomy Lab Report Essay

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    name the major muscles of the human body. Students will also understand the muscle actions correspond with their locations in the body. Are there any safety concerns associated with this exercise? If so, list what they are and what precautions should be taken. There are some safety concerns with this exercise. Gloves, masks and goggles should be worn at all times. Using the tools correctly is imparitive to making sure the student remains unharmed. Exercise 1: Muscles of the Head and

  • Knocking A Volleyball: A Team Sport

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    types of muscles used while bumping a volleyball such as the shoulder, elbow, and knee muscles. The joint used in the shoulder muscle is the shoulder girdle and the action you can do is elevation. When bumping a volleyball, the agonist muscles used are the upper trapezius, rhomboids, and levator scapulae. While the antagonist muscles are latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major and minor, serratus anterior, and trapezius. The bones used are the humerus, scapula, and clavicle. The deep muscle group that