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Rotator Cuff Muscles – Functional Anatomy

Overview Rotator cuff muscle anatomy is both simple and complicated in their anatomy. Simply put, they secure and refine movements of the head of the humerus. However, each muscle has complications in structure and function. Origin scapula Insertion head of the humerus Function Stabilize, rotate and adduct the humerus Innervation Brachial Plexus – suprascapular nerve, …

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Teres Minor – Functional Anatomy

    Teres minor is a simple muscle in a complicated area of structural anatomy. Its a flat muscle that lies up under the inferior belly of infraspinatus and posterior deltoid. It is the border of rotator cuff muscle. Consequently, teres covers the long head of the triceps, which attaches to the infraglenoid tubercle and separates …

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