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cor·a·co·bra·chi·a·lis definition.

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The nerve supply to coracobrachialis in apes
JThe M. coracobrachialis posterior is a muscular strut
Variant insertion of coracobrachialis muscle - Nepal Journals Online
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Pectoralis Major, Coracobrachialis, Latissimus Dorsi and Teres Major. B. Interlock arms and flex.
Median nerve and brachial artery entrapment in the tendinous arch

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A personal trainer's guide to exercise design
When you add the muscles worked in those movements, you have your Pec major, Coracobrachialis, Anterior Delt, Pec Minor, Serratus Anterior, Triceps Brachii and Anconeus. That is a lot of muscles being worked.

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Coracobrachialis muscle - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Coracobrachialis is the smallest of the three muscles that attach to the coracoid process of the scapula.
Coracobrachialis Muscle
An interactive animated tutorial on the coracobrachalis muscle, including its attachments, actions, and nerve supply.
Coracobrachialis - "World's Fastest Soft Tissue Technique" - YouTube
Dec 12, 2008 Evaluation and correction of the coracobrachialis. Dr. Turnbull uses eccentric break testing [EBT] for pre and post adjustment evaluation.
Coracobrachialis — Musculoskeletal Radiology — UW Radiology
CORACOBRACHIALIS. ORIGIN Coracoid process of scapula with biceps brachii. INSERTION Upper half medial border of humerus.

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