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    Couple anatomy questions

    Is this coracobrachialis?
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    Where is the groove I indicated with a dashed line coming from? And have I labeled the heads of the triceps correctly? Is the part behind the groove also the long head of the triceps?
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    Quote Originally Posted by karmazon View Post
    Is this coracobrachialis?
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    Where is the groove I indicated with a dashed line coming from? And have I labeled the heads of the triceps correctly? Is the part behind the groove also the long head of the triceps?
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    Based on Artistic Anatomy by Dr. Paul Richer, translation by Robert Beverly Hale, Plate 91, that is, in fact, the coracobrachialis.

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    I'm not so sure about your lower arrow.

    But, based on the attached Plate 91, I think you've essentially got it correct.Name:  richer91.jpg
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    Thank you Kamber! I think the triceps structure is the tendon of the long head, although I will continue my research unless someone here knows for sure.

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    Eliot Goldfinger's Human Anatomy for Artists is great for curly questions like this.

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    Thank you Briggsy. So it's a "tendinous expansion". No other book I looked at mentioned it, although one did show a tendon like feature. But this particular page clarifies everything. Thank you again.

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    Briggsy—nice example and great text explanation of the triceps LH feature karmazon was curious about.

    Here are some more views of the area (with pecs, delts and some other scapula originating muscles hidden) from a ct scan data 3d model I have:

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