|SITE 1 - BICEPS
The anterior surface of the biceps midway between the anterior auxiliary
fold and the antecubital fossa.
SITE 2 - TRICEPS A Vertical fold on the posterior
midline of the upper arm, over the triceps muscle, halfway between
the acrosion process (bony process on top of the shoulder) and olecranon
process (bony process on elbow). The elbow should be extended and
the arm relaxed.
SITE 3 - SUBSCAPULAR The fold is taken on the
diagonal line coming from the vertebral border to between 1 and
2 cm from the inferior angle of the scapulae. (A diagonal fold about
1 to 2 cm below the point of the shoulder blade and 1 - 2 cm toward
SITE 4 - SUPRAILIAC A diagonal fold above the
crest of the ilium at the spot where an imaginary line would come
down from the anterior auxiliary line just above the hip bone and
2 - 3 cm forward.