The ulna must then be cleared, and the triceps divided at its insertion.
We then shall have an idea of what the triceps is in quadrupeds.
It is covered superiorly by the external head of the triceps.
The triceps and radial reflexes were definitely exaggerated.
The action of its antagonist, the triceps, may be studied in the same manner.
The triceps brachii is the chief antagonist of the biceps brachii.
What origins and attachments must the triceps have to make it extend the arm?
The muscle which constitutes it—the triceps cubiti—occupies, on the contrary, a greater area.
But in the other quadrupeds with which we are here concerned it is completely covered by the external head of the triceps.
In the dog and the cat the vastus externus is the most voluminous of the three portions which constitute the triceps muscle.