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Quiz 2 PNS


Axillary Nerve C5, C 6; from the Posterior cord posterior division
Musculocutaneous Nerve C5, C6, C7; from the lateral cord anterior division.
Radial Nerve C5 - T1; Posterior cord Posterior division
Middle deltoid Axillary Nerve C5,C6; abduction of the shoulder joint; pressure applied against abduction.
Anterior deltoid Axillary nerve C5, C6; flexes, and when supine, medially rotats the arm; pressure applied against flexion.
Posterior deltoid Axillary nerve C5, C6; extends, and when prone laterally rotates the arm; pressure applied against extension
Teres minor Axillary nerve C6; extends, laterally rotate, and weakly adducts; pressure applied to shoulder extension.
Biceps Brachii Musculocutaneous Nerve C5, C6 ; Flexes shoulder, flexes forearm, and supinate a forearm ; pressure applied against flexion of forearm
Brachialis Musculocutaneous nerve C5, C6; Primary flexor of the forearms at the elbow; pressure applied against flexion of the forearm
Coracobrachialis Musculocutaneous nerve C6, C7; Flexes and adducts shoulder joint; Pressure applied against flexion at the should, when forearm is supinated and flexed as in Hair combing
Triceps Radial nerve C7, C8; Extends elbow joint. Also, long head adducts and extends the shoulder joint.; pressure applied against extension of the forearm.
Anconeus Radial nerve C7, C8; extends elbow joint; pressure applied against extension of the forearm.
Created by: missymak19