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Anatomy Jeopardy Tom Gest, PhD Division of Anatomical Sciences University of Michigan Medical School Upper Limb Review with
Joints and Bones Hand Forearm Axilla and Arm Superficial Structures Keep a record of each player’s points.
This nerve distributes to the dorsum of the hand on the medial side. Superficial Structures 100 Points
What is the dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar nerve?
Superficial Structures 200 Points This vessel shunts blood from the cephalic to basilic vein.
What is the median cubital vein? Superficial Structures 200 Points
Superficial Structures 300 Points This dermatome is represented by the "peace" sign.
Superficial Structures 300 Points What is the C7 dermatome?
This cutaneous branch of the radial nerve travels without an accompanying vein. Superficial Structures 400 Points
What is the posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve? Superficial Structures 400 Points
This branch of T2 distributes to the medial arm skin. Superficial Structures 500 Points
What is the intercostobrachial nerve? Superficial Structures 500 Points
This is the only branch of a brachial plexus trunk. Axilla and Arm 100 Points
What is the suprascapular nerve?
Axilla and Arm 200 Points A powerful medial rotator is innervated by two branches of this cord.
What is the posterior cord? Axilla and Arm 200 Points
Axilla and Arm 300 Points Formed within the middle scalene muscle, this nerve is "heavenly".
Axilla and Arm 300 Points What is the long thoracic nerve?
This muscle is usually pierced by the nerve that innervates it. Axilla and Arm 400 Points
What is the coracobrachialis muscle? Axilla and Arm 400 Points
These are the first branches of two cords. Axilla and Arm 500 Points
What are pectoral nerves? Axilla and Arm 500 Points
This nerve passes through a muscle that contains its name. Forearm 100 Points
What is the ulnar nerve?
Forearm 200 Points This muscle has dual innervation.
What is the flexor digitorum profundus? Forearm 200 Points
Forearm 300 Points This nerve supplies the deep forearm flexors.
Forearm 300 Points What is the anterior interosseous nerve?
This muscle has a sesamoid bone in its tendon. Forearm 400 Points
What is the flexor carpi ulnaris? Forearm 400 Points
This artery passes superficial to the insertion of pronator teres. Forearm 500 Points
What is the radial artery? Forearm 500 Points
This intrinsic muscle of the hand moves the thumb but is innervated by ulnar nerve. Hand 100 Points
What is the adductor pollicis?
Hand 200 Points These muscles arise on flexor tendons and insert on extensor tendons.
What are lumbricals? Hand 200 Points
Hand 300 Points This nerve innervates the lumbrical of the middle digit.
Hand 300 Points What is the median nerve?
These branch from the deep palmar arterial arch. Hand 400 Points
What are palmar metacarpal arteries? Hand 400 Points
This muscle inserts on the ulnar side of the extensor expansion of the index finger. Hand 500 Points
What is the first palmar interosseous muscle? Hand 500 Points
This ligament helps to prevent superior dislocation of the head of the humerus. Joints and Bones 100 Points
What is the coracoacromial ligament?
Joints and Bones 200 Points This ligament attaches to the annular ligament.
What is the radial collateral ligament? Joints and Bones 200 Points
Joints and Bones 300 Points This tendon passes through the glenohumeral joint.
Joints and Bones 300 Points What is the tendon of the long head of the biceps?
The tendon of extensor pollicis longus hooks around this bony projection. Joints and Bones 400 Points
What is the dorsal radial tubercle? Joints and Bones 400 Points
This bony projection anchors a fibrocartilaginous disc. Joints and Bones 500 Points
What is the ulnar styloid process? Joints and Bones 500 Points
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