Muscles of the upper extremity
The deltoid muscle (French: muscle Deltoïde; latin : deltoideus) is fleshy from the lateral border and upper surface of the acromion and from the ventral border and upper surface of the lateral third of the clavicle, and tendinous from the spine of the scapula. Some fibre-bundles also at times arise from the deep fascia of the muscle where it overlies and is fused to the fascia of the infraspinatus muscle near the spine.
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The flexor profundus digitorum- named from its action upon the fingers and jts relation to their superficial flexor - is a strong fusiform sheet of muscular fibres ,vhich wraps round the anterior and inner surfaces of the ulna, and divides below into four tendons for the fingers.
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