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Nerves of the Brachial Plexus

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What 2 nerves originate from the rami of the plexus Dorsal scapular long thoracic
mm of the dorsal scapular nerve rhomboids levator scap
mm of the long thoracic nerve serratus anterior
What 2 nerves originate from the trunks of the plexus Nerve to subclavius suprascapular
mm of the nerve to subclavius nerve subclavius
mm of the suprascapular nerve infraspinatus supraspinatus
What 3 nerves originate from the lateral cord of the plexus lateral pectoral musculcutaneous lateral root of the median
mm of the lateral pectoral nerve pec major (clavicular head)
mm of the musculocutaneous nerve coracobrachialis biceps brachii brachialis
mm of the lateral root of the median nerve flexor mm of forearm except FCU and 5 mm of the hand
What 3 nerves originate from the medial cord of the plexus medial pectoral ulnar medial root of the median
mm of the medial pectoral nerve pec major pec minor
mm of the ulnar nerve FCU flexor digitorum profundus most small mm of hand
mm of the medial root of the median nerve Flexor mm of forearm except FCU, and 5 mm of the hand
What 5 nerves originate from the posterior cord of the plexus upper subscapular thoracodorsal lower subscapular axillary radial
mm of the upper subscapular nerve subscapularis
mm of the thoracodorsal nerve lats
mm of the lower subscapular subscapularis teres major
mm of the axillary nerve deltoid teres minor
mm of the radial nerve brachioradialis triceps supinator wrist extensors anconeus
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