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Quiz 3 PNS

NWHSU T2

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Wrist Extensors are innervated by... C6 Posterior Divisions
Wrist Flexors are innervated by.... C7 Anterior Division
Finger extensors are innervated by... C7 Posterior Division
Finger flexors are innervated by... C8 Anterior Division
Median nerve segments are... C6-T1; anterior division
Ulnar nerve segments are... C8-T1 Anterior division
Radial nerve C5-T1 Posterior division
Pronator Teres is innervated and the action is... Median Nerve C6-C7; Pronation of the forearm
Flexor Carpi Radialis is innervated and the action is.... Median Nerve C6-C7; Flexion of the wrist
Palmaris Longus is innervated and the action is.... Median Nerve C7-C8; Flexion of the wrist
Flexor Digitorum Superficialis is innervated and the action is.... Median Nerve C7-T1;Flexion of the middle phalanges of the finger
Flexor Pollicis longus is innervated and the action is.... Median Nerve C7-T1; Flexion of the distal phalange of the thumb
Flexor Digitorum Profundus (radial part) is innervated and the action is.... Flexor digitorum profundus (ulnar part) is innervated and the action is.... (Radial Part) Median Nerve c8-T1; flexion of the distal phalnage of digits II-III. (Ulnar Part) Ulnar Nerve C8-T1; Flexion of the distal phalange of digits IV-V
Pronator Quadratus is innervated and the action is.... Median Nerve C8-T1; Pronation of the forarm
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris Ulnar Nerve C8-T1; Flexion-adduction at the wrist
Brachioradialis is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C5,C6; flexion of the elbow
Extensor Carpi Radialis longus and brevis is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C6, C7; Extension-adduction at the wrist
Extensor Carpi Ulnaris is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C6-C8; Extension-adduction at the wrist
Supinator is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C6; Supination at the forearm
Extensor Digitorum is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C7; Extension all joints of Digits II-V
Extensor Digiti Minimi is innervated and the action is.... Radial nerve C7; extension all joints of digit V
Extensor Indicis is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C7; Extension all joint of digit II
Extensor Pollicis Longus is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C7, C8; Extension, both phalanges, extension and adduction of the thumb.
Extensor Pollicis Brevis is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C6, C7; Extension proximal phalanx and metacarpal of the thumb; abduction of the wrist
Abductor Pollicis Longus is innervated and the action is.... Radial Nerve C6, C7; Extension and abduction of the thumb; flexion and abduction at the wrist.
How do you test the neurological level of C5? MOTOR: deltoid (posterior division) Biceps (Anterior Divisions); REFLUX: Biceps tendon; SENSATIONS: Skin over biceps region
How do you test the neurological level of C6? MOTOR: Wrist extensors (posterior) Biceps (anterior) REFLUX: Brachoradialis tendon; SENSATION: Lateral aspects of forearm
How do you test the neurological level of C7? MOTOR: Triceps or Finger extensors (posterior); Wrist flexors (anterior); REFLUX: Triceps Tendon; SENSATION: Middle finger
How do you test the neurological level of C8? MOTOR:Interrossi muscles and finger flexors (anterior) REFLUX: none; SENSATION: Lateral distal forarm
How do you test the neurological level of T1? MOTOR Interrossi muscles; REFLUX: none; SENSATION: lateral portion by elbow
Created by: missymak19