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The cuff is composed of four muscles, three of which are palpable at their
insertions into the greater tuberosity of the humerus. These three, the
supraspinatus, the infraspinatus, and the teres minor, are called the SIT muscles,
since, in the order ...
The sternocleidomastoid is long and tubular, and is palpable from origin to
insertion (Fig. 14). The opposite sternocleidomastoid should also be examined
for any discrepancies in size, shape, or tone. Palpable, localized swellings within
Although they are not distinctly palpable, it is important to know their anatomical
locations because of their repeated involvement in sprains of the ankle (inversion
plantar injury). Anterior Talofibular Ligament. This ligament has a high ...
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