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Arteries of the Shoulder

...  artery that supplies blood to the arm and hand is called the brachial artery. Its superficial position makes it vulnerable to damage and injury. For example, a person who accidentally breaks his humerus may also experience trauma in his brachial artery. These arteries are located in the shoulders and upper extremities of the body. They find ways to deliver proper amounts of blood to the arm  ...

Upper Extremity Veins

...  The medial side of the arm is where the veins basilica and cephalic can be found, and they serve as the main veins of the medial arm region. The brachial vein and the basilica vein meet at the humerus’ point, passing through the ulna vein. This meeting forms the bigger axillary vein. On the radial side of the arm, draining by the cephalic vein happens, and the blood moves upward to  ...

Axial Muscles

...  axial muscles has two parts namely: the pectoralis major and the latissimus dorsi. The Pectorialis Major The pectorialis major is the main muscle that keeps the humerus and the pelvic girdle attached to each other. It is a characterized with the shape of a fan, and it is located in the pectoral girdle. Latissimus Dorsi This is a large muscle that resembles a triangle. It has a flat  ...