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Quiz 1 PNS


Dorsal Scapular Nerve C5 posterior division
Long thoracic nerve C5, 6, 7 posterior division
Nerve to the subclavius C 5, 6 anterior division
Suprascapular nerve to the supraspinatus C5 anterior division
Suprascapular nerve to the infraspinatus C 5, 6 anterior division
Lateral Pectoral nerve C 5, 6, 7 Anterior division
Medial Pectoral nerve C 8, T 1 anterior division
Upper subscapular nerve C 5, 6 posterior division
Thoracodorsal Nerve C 6, 7, 8 posterior division
Lower subscapular nerve C 5, 6 posterior division
Spinal portion of XI C 3, 4
Nerve to levator scapulae C 3, 4
Rhomboideus, major,minor Dorsal scapular nerve C 5; retraction of the scapulae, full extension of arms
Serratus anterior Long thoracic C 567; Protraction of the scapulae, lateral rotation, upward rotation of scapulae
Subclavius Nerve to the subclavius C56; Protection of subclavian artery; depression of the clavicle?
Supraspinatus Suprascapular nerve C 5; abduction of the humerus
Infraspinatus Suprascapular nerve C 56; lateral rotation of the humerus
Pectoralis major Lateral pectoral nerve C 567; upper fibers- flex and medially rotate the shoulder; lower fibers- depress the shoulder girdle, obliquely addict humerus
Pectoralis minor Medial pectoral nerve C8 T1; tilts scapula anteriorly and downward
Subscapularis Upper subscapular C56,Lower subscapular nerve C5; Medial rotation of the humerus, joint stabilization
Latissimus dorsi Thoracodorsal C 678; Internal rotation, extension, adduction
Teres major Lower subscapular nerve C6; internal rotation extension, weak addiction
Trapezius Spinal portion of XI, ventral rami C34; Retraction rotation, depression, elevation
Levator scapulae Nerve to levator scapulae C34; elevation
Created by: missymak19