brachialis

<anatomy, muscle> Origin, lower two-thirds of anterior surface of humerus; insertion, coronoid process of ulna; action, flexes elbow; nerve supply, musculocutaneous, usually with a minor contribution from the radial. ... Synonym: musculus brachialis, brachial muscle. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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brachialis

(muscle) Type: Term Definitions: 1. deep muscle of anterior (flexor) compartment of arm; origin, lower two thirds of anterior surface of humerus; insertion, coronoid process of ulna; action, flexes elbow; nerve supply, musculocutaneous, usually with a minor contribution from the radial. Synonyms: musculus brachialis, brachial mus...
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Brachialis

The brachialis is a slender, flat muscle that lies under the biceps along the front of the lower half of the humerus and in front of the elbow joint. It originates from the front of the humerus and inserts in the coronoid process of the ulna. The brachialis is innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve and the radial nerve. It is supplied by the brac...
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