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NMS 1: PNS Quiz 3

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Median Nerve origin C6-T1
Ulnar Nerve origin C8-T1
Radial Nerve origin C5-T1
Pronator Teres nerve, segment innervation, action Median, C6-7, Pronation of forearm
Flexor carpi Radialis nerve, segment innervation, action Median, C6-7, Flexion at the wrist
Palmaris Longus nerve, segment innervation, action Median, C7-8, flexion at the wrist
Flexor digitorum superficialis nerve, segment innervation, action Median, C7-T1, flexion of middle phalanges of the fingers
Flexor pollicis longus nerve, segment innervation, action Median, C7-T1, Flexion of distal phalange of the thumb
Flexor digitorum profundus (radial part) nerve, segment innervation, action Median, C8-T1, Flexion of distal phalange of digits II-III
Pronator Quadratus nerve, segment innervation, action Median, C8-T1, Pronation of forearm
Flexor digitorum profundus (ulnar part) nerve, segment innervation, action Ulnar, C8-T1, Flexion of distal phalange of digits IV-V
Flexor carpi ulnaris nerve, segment innervation, action Ulnar, C8-T1, flexion-adduction at the wrist
Brachioradialis nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C5-6, flexion at the elbow
Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C6-7, Extension-abduction at the wrist
Extensor Carpi ulnaris nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C6-8, extension-adduction at the wrist
Supinator nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C6, supination at the forearm
Extensor digitorum nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C7, extension all joints of digits II-V
Extensor digiti minimi nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C7, extension all joints of digit V
Extensor indicis nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C7, Extension all joints of digit II
Extensor pollicis longus nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C7-8, extension, both phalanges, extension and adduction of the thumb
Extensor pollicis brevis nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C6-7, extension proximal phalanx and metacarpal of thumb; abduction of the wrist
Abductor pollicis longus nerve, segment innervation, action Radial, C6-7, extension and abduction of the thumb; flexion and abduction at the wrist
Muscles of the median nerve Pronator teres, F. carpi radialis, palmaris longus, F. digitorum superficialis, F. pollicis longus, F. digitorum profundus (radial portion), Pronator quadratus
Muscles of the Ulnar nerve F. digitorum profundus (ulnar part), F. carpi ulnaris
Muscles of the radial nerve Brachioradialis, E. carpi radialis longus and brevis, E. carpi ulnaris, supinator, E. digitorum, E. digiti minimi, E. indicis, E. pollicis longus, E. pollicis brevis, Abductor pollicis longus
Extensors of the wrist division C6 posterior division
Flexors of the wrist division C7 anterior division
finger extensors division C7 posterior division
Finger flexors division C8 Anterior division
Created by: bmlanger
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