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Neuro

Nerves of the Brachial plexus

Nerves Muscles
Dorsal scapular Rhomboids, Levator scapulae
Long thoracic Serratus anterior
Nerve to subclavius Subclavius
Suprascapular Infraspinatus, Supraspinatus
Lateral pectoral Pecs major - clavicular head
Musculocutaneous Biceps brachii, Coracobrachialis Brachialis,
Lateral root of the median Flexor mm in the forearm, except flexor carpi ulnaris, and 5 mm in the hand
Medial pectoral Pecs major and minor
Ulnar Flexor carpi ulnaris, Flexor digitorum profundus, Most small mm of the hand
Medial root of the median Flexor mm in the forearm, except flexor carpi ulnaris, and 5 mm of the hand
Upper subscapular Subscapularis
Thoracodorsal Latissimus dorsi
Lower subscapular Subscapularis, Teres major
Axillary Deltoid, Teres minor
Radial Brachioradialis, Triceps, Supinator, Wrist extensors, Anconeus
From the rami of the plexus
From the trunks of the plexus N. to subclavius, Suprascapular
From the lateral cord of the plexus Lateral pectoral, Musculocutaneous, Lateral root of the median
From the medial cord of the plexus Medial pectoral, Ulnar, Medial root of the median
From the posterior cord of the plexus Upper subscapular, Thoracodorsal, Lower subscapular, Axillary, Radial
Created by: glopez111