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K Brachial + hand

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the radial nerve comes from the spinal segment: C6, C7, C8, T1
if the radial nerve would be damaged, which of the following would be included in the clinical motor feature of such paralysis? loss of elbow ext, loss of wrist, finger & thumb ext or "wrist drop"
mm innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve biceps, brachialis, coracobrachialis
both the axillary nerve and the musculocutaneous nerve originate from the spinal segments: C5, C6
the nerve injury that would result in the MOST damage to the thumb mm would involve the median nerve
paralysis that causes "ape hand" involves which nerve? median
paralysis that causes "claw hand deformity" involves damage to the: ulnar nerve
the pronators of the forearm are innervated by the: median nerve
T or F Sensory distribution for the musculocutaneous nerve includes the posterior arm, posterior forearm and thumb side of the posterior hand. false - Sensory distribution for the musculocutaneous nerve includes the anterior lateral surface of forearm
T or F the 3rd (medial portion)and 4th fingers are included in the sensory distribution of the ulnar nerve. true
the innervation for the supinator mm is: radial
clinical motor features of paralysis of the median nerve include: loss of thumb opposition, flexion & abduction, loss of pronation
innervation for the teres minor is: axillary
sensory distribution for the radial nerve is: posterior arm
innervation for the brachialis mm is: musculocutaneuous
thumb ext would be lost with damage to the ____ nerve radial
T or F The spinal cord segment for the median nerve is the same as for the radial nerve. true
T or F with an injury at the C7 vertebral level, the terminal branch that would be completely spared is the ulnar nerve false- axillary nerve, musculocutaneous nerve are the only ones that don't involve C7 in the brachial plexus
T or F the lateral half of the flexor digitorum profundus is innervated by the ulnar nerve false- must be medial
T or F injury to the axillary nerve could affect the strength of shd ext rotation. true
the mm of the hypothenar eminence are innervated by the: ulnar nerve
the palmar interossei mm go to which of the following digits? 1st (thumb), 2nd, 4th, 5th
in anatomical position, to which side of the index finger does the dorsal interossei attach? lateral
abduction of the thumb takes place in what plane of movement? sagittal
name the mm that make up the hypothenar eminence. flexor digiti minimi, opponens digiti minimi, abductor digiti minimi
what is the innervation of the interrossei mm? ulnar
adduction of the ring finger is accomplished by: palmar interossei
name the 3 mm that make up the deep palmar group. adductor pollicis, interossei, lumbricales
name the actions of the lumbricales flexion of the MCPs and extension of the IPs
name the intrinsic mm that tie into the extensor expansion or hood. lumbricales
when one places the key in the ignition of the car, the type of grip one uses is primarily: pad to side grip
identify the power grips: cyclindrical, spherical, hook
another name for the lumbrical grip is plate grip
the function position of the hand includes: wrist is slightly ext, the MCP & PIP jts are slightly flexed & thumb is opposed
identify the type of grip used for holding the handle of a skillet cylindrical
identify the type of grip used for holding a hand of cards lumbrical
identify the type of grip used for holding an apple spherical
identify the type of grip used for picking up a pin tip to tip
Created by: jessigirrl4