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Muscle & innervation

NPTE: Muscles & Innervation (kendall)

QuestionAnswer
head and neck extensors C1-8
rectus capitis ant. & lat. C1-2
longus capitis C1-3(4)
longus colli C2-6(7)
levator scapulae dorsal scap. C4-5
scalenes C3-8
sternocleidomastoid CN XI, C(1)2-3
trapezius C3-4, CN XI
diaphragm phrenic C3-5
serratus ant. long thoracic C5-8
rhomboids dorsal scap. C4-5
subclavius (scap depressor) nerve to subclavius C5-6
supraspinatus suprascap. C5-6
infraspinatus suprascap C5-6
lat. dorsi thoracodorsal C(5)6-8
subscapularis upper and lower subscap. C5-6(7)
teres major lower subscap. C5-6
pect. maj (upper/ clavicular) lat. pect. C5-6
pect. maj (lower/ strernal) medial pect. C6-T1
pect. min medial pect. C5-T1
teres minor axillary C5-6
deltoid axillary C5-6
coracobrachialis musculocutaneous C5-7
biceps brachii musculocutaneous C5-6
brachialis musculocutaneous C5-6
triceps radial C6-8 (long head: axillary)
anconeus radial C6-8
brachioradialis radial C5,6
ext. carpi rad. longus radial C6,7
ext. carpi rad. brev. radial C7,8
supinator radial C6,7
ext. digitorum radial C7,8
ext. digiti minimi radial C7,8
ext. carpi ulnaris radial C7,8
ext. pollicis longus radial C7,8
ext. pollicis brevis radial C7,8
abd. pollicis longus radial C7,8
ext. indicis radial C7,8
pronator teres median C6,7
flex. carpi radialis median C6,7
palmaris longus median C7,8
flex. digit. superficialis median C8, T1
flex. digit. profundus digits II & III: median C8, T1 digits III & IV: ulnar C8, T1
pronator quadratus median C7,8
abd. pollicis brevis median C8-T1
opponens pollicis median C8-T1
flex pollicis brevis sup. head: median C8-T1 deep head: ulnar C8-T1
hand: lumbricales I & II median C8-T1
flex carpi ulnaris ulnar C7-T1
palmaris brevis ulnar C(7)8-T1
abd. digit. minimi ulnar C(7)8-T1
opponens digit. minimi ulnar C(7)8-T1
flex. digit. minimi ulnar C(7)8-T1
palmar interossei ulnar C8-T1
dorsal interossei ulnar C8-T1
hand: lumbricales III & IV ulnar C8-T1
adductor pollicis ulnar C8-T1
quad lumborum lumbar plexus T12- L3
psoas minor lumbar plexus L1-2
psoas maj. lumbar plexus L(1)2-4
iliacus femoral L(1)2-4
pectineus femoral and obturator L2-4
sartorius femoral L2-4
quadriceps femoral L2-4
adductor brevis obturator L2-4
adductor longus obturator L2-4
gracilis obturator L2, 3 (4)
adductor magnus obturator L2-4, tibial div. sciatic L4-5,(S1)
glut. med. sup. gluteal L4-S1
glut. min. sup. gluteal L4-S1
tensor fascia lata sup. gluteal L4-S1
glut. max. inf. gluteal L5-S2
piriformis sacral plexus, nn to piriformis L(5), S1-2
gemellus sup. sacral plexus, nn to obt int L5-S1
obturator int. sacral plexus. nn to obt int L5-S1
gemellus inf. sacral plexus, nn to quad fem L5-S1(2)
quadratus femoris sacral plexus, nn to quad fem L5-S1(2)
biceps femoris (short) peroneal div. of sciatic L5-S2
biceps femoris (long) tibial div. of sciatic L5-S2
semitendinosus tibial div. of sciatic L5-S2
semimembranosus tibial div. of sciatic L5-S2
abductor hallucis tibial --> medial plantar S1, 2
adductor hallucis tibial--> lateral plantar S2,3
flexor hallucis brevis tibial --> med plantar S1,2
flexor hallucis longus tibial L5-S2
extensor hallucis longus deep peroneal L5
ext hallucis brevis deep peroneal L5-S1
foot: lumbricales I tibial--> med plant L5-S1
foot: lumbricales II-IV tibial--> lat plant S2,3
plantar interossei tibial --> lat plant S2,3
dorsal interossei tibial S1-2
flexor digitorum brevis tibial L4-S1
flexor digitorum longus tibial L5-S2
quadratus plantae tibial S1-2
extensor digitorum longus deep peroneal L5-S1
extensor digitorum brevis deep peroneal L5-S1
peroneus tertius deep peroneal L5-S1
tibialis anterior deep peroneal L4-5
tibialis posterior tibial L4,5
peroneus longus superficial peroneal L5-S1
peroneus brevis superficial peroneus L5-S1
soleus tibial S1,2
gastrocnemius tibial S1-2
plantaris tibial S1,2
popliteus tibial L4-S1
Created by: liz124714
 

 



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