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The clavicular portion of the origin begins in the lateral concavity of the clavicle
where the pectoralis major muscle ends; the mass of the muscle contributes to
the shoulder's full contour. It then tapers down the arm to a point about halfway ...
EXTENSION Primary Extensors: 1 ) Latissimus dorsi thoracodorsal nerve, C6, C7
, C8 2) Teres major lower subscapular nerve, C5, C6 3 ) Posterior portion of the
deltoid axillary nerve, C5, C6 Secondary Extensors: 1 ) Teres minor 2) Triceps ...
ABDUCTION Primary Abductors: 1 ) Middle portion of the deltoid axillary nerve,
C5, C6 2) Supraspinatus suprascapular nerve, C5, C6 Secondary Abductors: 1)
Anterior and posterior portions of the deltoid 2) Serratus anterior (by direct action
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