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flexor digitorum superficialis O common flexor tendon, coronoid process & radius
flexor digitorum superficialis I sides of the middle phalanax of the 4 fingers
flexor digitorum superficialis A flexes MCP and PIP joints of the fingers
flexor digitorum superficialis N median nerve
flexor digitorum profundus O upper 3/4 of ulna
flexor digitorum profundus I distal phalanx of the 4 fingers
flexor digitorum profundus A flexes all 3 jts of the fingers
flexor digitorum profundus N median & ulnar nerve
extensor digitorum O lateral epicondyle of the humerus
extensor digitorum I base of distal phalanx of the 2nd - 5th fingers
extensor digitorum A extends all 3 jts of the fingers
extensor digitorum N radial nerve
extensor digiti minimi O lateral epicondyle of the humerus
extensor digiti minimi I base of distal phalanx of 5th finger
extensor digiti minimi A extends all 3 jts of 5th finger
extensor digiti minimi N radial
extensor indicis O distal ulna
extensor indicis I base of distal phalanx of 2nd finger
extensor indicis A extends all 3 jts of 2nd finger
extensor indicis N radial
flexor pollicis longus O radius, anterior surface
flexor pollicis longus I distal phalanx of thumb
flexor pollicis longus A flexes all jts of the thumb (CMC, MCP, IP)
flexor pollicis longus N median nerve
abductor pollicis longus O posterior radius, interosseous membrane, middle ulna
abductor pollicis longus I base of the 1st metacarpal
abductor pollicis longus A abducts thumb (CMC jt)
abductor pollicis longus N radial nerve
extensor pollicis brevis O posterior distal radius
extensor pollicis brevis I base of the proximal phalanx of thumb
extensor pollicis brevis A extends CMC and MCP jts of thumb
extensor pollicis brevis N radial nerve
extensor pollicis longus O middle posterior ulna & interosseous membrane
extensor pollicis longus I base of distal phalanx of thumb
extensor pollicis longus A extends CMC, MCP & IP jts of the thumb
extensor pollicis longus N radial nerve
flexor pollicis brevis O trapezium & flexor retinaculum
flexor pollicis brevis I proximal phalanx
flexor pollicis brevis A flexes CMC & MCP jts of thumb
flexor pollicis brevis N median nerve
abductor pollicis brevis O scaphoid, trapezium, & flexor retinaculum
abductor pollicis brevis I proximal phalanx
abductor pollicis brevis A abducts the thumb (CMC jt)
abductor pollicis brevis N median nerve
opponens pollicis O trapezium & flexor retinaculum
opponens pollicis I 1st metacarpal
opponens pollicis A opposes the thumb (CMC jt)
opponens pollicis N median nerve
adductor pollicis O capitate, base of the 2nd metacarpal, palmar surface of the 3rd metacarpal
adductor pollicis I base of proximal phalanx of thumb
adductor pollicis A adducts thumb (CMC jt)
adductor pollicis N ulnar nerve
flexor digiti minimi O hamate and flexor retinaculum
flexor digiti minimi I base of proximal phalanx of the 5th finger
flexor digiti minimi A flexes CMC & MCP jts of 5th finger
flexor digiti minimi N ulnar nerve
abductor digiti minimi O pisiform & tendon of flexor carpi ulnaris
abductor digiti minimi I proximal phalanx of 5th finger
abductor digiti minimi A abducts MCP jt of the 5th finger
abductor digiti minimi N ulnar nerve
opponens digiti minimi O hamate & flexor retinaculum
opponens digiti minimi I 5th metacarpal
opponens digiti minimi A opposes the 5th finger (CMC jt)
opponens digiti minimi N ulnar nerve
palmar interossei O 1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th metacarpals
palmar interossei I base of respective proximal phalanx
palmar interossei A adduction of fingers at MCP jt
palmar interossei N ulnar nerve
dorsal interossei O 2 adjacent metacarpals
dorsal interossei I base of the proximal phalanx
dorsal interossei A abduction of fingers at MCP jt
dorsal interossei N ulnar nerve
lumbricales O tendon of the flexor digitorum profundus mm
lumbricales I tendon of the extensor digitorum mm
lumbricales A flex the MCP jt while extending the PIP & DIP jt
lumbricales N 1st & 2nd lumbricales: medial nerve / 3rd & 4th lumbricales: ulnar nerve
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