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About The Human Arm Right

Trauma in lthe Right arm may indicate a heart problem. According to the Heart Lock Theory the right arm is associated with spiritual trauma linked with the Tricusped valve of the heart


Biceps Brachii

Some muscles have more than one origin (immovable end) or insertion (movable end). The "biceps brachii" in the upper arm, for example, has two origins. This is shown in its name, "biceps," which means "two heads." It is attached to the scapula (shoulderblade) in two places and extends along the front surface of the humerus (upper arm bone). It is inserted by means of a tendon on the largest part of the radius (lower arm bone). When it contracts, the movable end is pulled toward the origin, and the arm bends at the elbow.

Triceps Brachii Muscles

The triceps brachii has three heads (connective immovable muscle) and is the only muscle on the back of the upper arm. It connects the humerus (upper arm bone) and the scapula (shoulder blade) to the ulna (longest of the forearm bones) and is the primary extensor of the elbow. The three heads are the "lateral," the "medial," and the "long head."

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