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Muscles and Nerves

Upper Extremety/ Lower Extremity

biceps brachii musculocutaneous nerve
coracobrachialis musculocutaneous nerve
deltoid axillary nerve
infraspinatus suprascapular nerve
latissumus dorsi thoracodorsal nerve
pectoralis major lateral/ medial pectoral nerve
subscapularis subscapular nerve
supraspinitus suprascapular nerve
teres major subscapular nerve
teres minor axillary nerve
triceps brachii radial nerve
brachialis musculocutaneous nerve
brachioradialis radial nerve
extensor carpi radialis longus radial nerve
extensor carpi ulnaris posterior interosseus nerve
extensor digitorum posterior interosseus nerve
flexor carpi radialis median nerve
flexor carpi ulnaris ulnar nerve
flexor digitorum profundus anterior interosseus/ ulnar nerve
flexor digitorum superficialis median nerve
palmaris longus median nerve
pronator teres median nerve
supinator posterior interosseus nerve
adductor brevis obturator nerve
adductor longus obturator nerve
adductor magnus obturator/ sciatic nerve
biceps femoris (hamstring) sciatic nerve
gluteus maximus inferior gluteal nerve
gluteus medius superior gluteal nerve
gluteus minimus superior gluteal nerve
gracilis obturator nerve
iliacus femoral nerve
pectineus femoral nerve
piriformis sacral plexus (S1-S2 spinal nerves)
psoas major femoral nerve
rectus femoris (quadriceps) femoral nerve
sartorius femoral nerve
semimembranosus (hamstring) sciatic nerve
semitendinosus (hamstring) sciatic nerve
tensor fasciae latae superior gluteal nerve
extensor digitorum longus deep peroneal nerve
fibularis longus (peroneus longus) superior peroneal nerve
flexor digitorum longus popliteus
gastrocnemius tibial nerve
soleus tibial nerve
tibialis anterior deep peroneal nerve
tibialis posterior popliteus nerve
vastus intermedius (quadriceps) femoral nerve
vastus lateralis (quadriceps) femoral nerve
vastus medialis (quadriceps) femoral nerve
Created by: edwardmcbiggins



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