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2 V. The axillary artery can be seen in the dissection surrounded by the cords of the brachial plexus. Pectoralis minor has been removed. VI. The lateral cord is formed from the anterior divisions of the upper and middle trunks; whereas the medial cord is a continuation of the anterior division of the lower trunk. VII. The branches of the lateral cord are the musculocutaneous nerve, the lateral pectoral nerve and the lateral root of the median nerve. The medial cord contributes the other root to the median nerve and also gives off the medial pectoral nerve, medial cutaneous nerve of the arm, medial cutaneous nerve of the forearm and the ulnar nerve.
Supraspinous and interspinous ligaments (in midline) e. ligamentum flavum (to the side of the midline between the laminae) f. extradural space (fat and vessels) g. dura and arachnoid (no interval between the two). ENDNOTES 1 Sir Charles Bell, 1774–1842, Scottish surgeon and anatomist, who also described Bell’s facial palsy. 2 Friedrich Trendelenburg (1844–1924), German surgeon. 3 William Morrant Baker (1839–1896), British surgeon. 45 3 Thorax questions Question 1 Scenario: You are the surgical senior house officer on a cardiothoracic firm.
Gastrocnemius is also a knee flexor. Question 11 I. 15. Vertebral bodies strengthen the vertebral column and support the weight of the body. The bodies of lumbar vertebrae are large, wider transversely, forming a kidney shape, and deeper anteriorly. The anterior and posterior longitudinal ligaments help stabilise the spine. Intervertebral discs provide strong attachments between each vertebral body. II. Spinous processes project posteriorly from the vertebral arch, and provide attachment for muscles of the back.