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Which muscle originates on the humeral medial epicondyle and proximal ulna and spans the elbow anteriorly to attach on the lateral surface of the radius near its midpoint?

Which muscle originates on the humeral lateral condyle and inserts on the radial styloid process?

Which muscle originates on the lateral epicondyle of the humerus and inserts on the anterior surface of the proximal radius?

Which muscle originates on the distal half of the humerus (anterior surface) and inserts on the coronoid process and the ulnar tuberosity of the ulna?

Which of the following groups are the prime movers in elbow flexion?

The triceps is responsible for which of the following actions?

The muscles that would act on the forearm to neutralize forearm supination would be which of the following muscles?

The elbow flexor that is most effective (strongest) with the forearm in the neutral position is which of the following muscles?

Which ligament spans the elbow longitudinally (long ways) on the little finger side of the elbow?

The bony landmark of the ulna, which forms the prominent posterior point of the elbow, is which of the following?

The broad, flat membrane located longitudinally between the radius and the ulna is called the

The bony landmark located at the posterior lateral side of the radius at the distal end is called the

Weakness of the pronator teres muscle could indicate trauma to which of the following nerves?

Weakness of the triceps brachii muscle could indicate trauma to which of the following nerves?

The carrying angle at the elbow exists because of which of the following phenomena at the distal end of the humerus?

Elbow extension occurs in which plane and through which axis?

Measured from the position of the forearm in neutral or midposition, which of the following is true regarding normal ROM for pronation and supination?

The position of the elbow and shoulder that could potentially make the biceps brachii muscle actively insufficient would be which of the following?

When you have a patient do a “chair push-up” to strengthen the elbow triceps, what type of kinetic chain activity is this?

A common elbow pathology often caused by repetitive wrist extension activities is which of the following?

Your patient has point tenderness at the common flexor origin at the elbow. Given this symptom, which diagnosis is likely?

Weakness of the biceps brachii muscle could indicate trauma to which of the following nerves?

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