Fig- 5-

H: Biceps, shows in both pronated and supinated positions and runs under the deltoid.

I: Brachialis anticus, dividing triceps and biceps.

J : Triceps, showing on side and back, and greatly forming the outline of the arm.

K: Supinator longus, being a muscle that reaches far up into the upper arm, moving with the radius bone and forming important outlines.

L : Extensor carpi radialis longior.

M : Flexor carpi radialis.

N : Extensor carpi radialis brevior.

0 : Extensor communis digitorum.

P : Extensor carpi ulnaris.

X : Extensor ossis metacarpi pollicis.

Supinator longus, in actual measurement, reaches one-third up the humerus, giving a short appearance to the upper arm.

The deltoid muscle reaches nearly half-way down humerus bone, and in outline a slight depression will be seen in the middle, the lower half having the most prominent curve (Figs. 7 and 9).

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