How To: Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles

Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles

You thought you knew everything there was to know about the human body. Well, maybe, but probably not. Check out this science educational video series on the anatomy of the human upper arm muscles.

These tutorials will cover the sites of muscle attachments, such as subscapularis, serratus antrior, the short head of biceps brachii, pectoralis major, latissimus dorsi and teres major, brachioradialis, brachialis, the short and long heads of the biceps brachii, pectoralis minor, deltoid, subraspinatus, and infraspinatus.

You'll see that the order of muscles is from deepest to most superficial.

It will cover the upper limb extensors, the forearm muscle attachments, the forearm flexor muscles an its extensors.

Physiologist, medical student, science nut, anatomy buff, scientist, biologist... this is very informative for all of you.

This is very informative for medical students in need of anatomy instructional videos.

(1) Part 1 of 6 - How to Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles, (2) Part 2 of 6 - How to Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles, (3) Part 3 of 6 - How to Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles, (4) Part 4 of 6 - How to Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles, (5) Part 5 of 6 - How to Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles, (6) Part 6 of 6 - How to Grasp the anatomy of human upper arm muscles

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