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UE nerves

MuscleNerveRootTrunkCord
Levator scapulae Dorsal Scapular and C3 (C3), C4, C5 (blank) (blank)
Rhomboids Dorsal Scapular (C4),C5 (blank) (blank)
Supraspinatus Suprascapular C5, (C6) Upper (blank)
Infraspinatus Suprascapular C5, (C6) Upper (blank)
Deltoid Axillary C5, (C6) or C5, C6 Upper Posterior
Biceps Brachii Musculocutaneous C5, (C6) or C5, C6 Upper Lateral
Brachioradialis Radial C5, (C6) Upper Posterior
Supinator Radial (C5), C6 Upper Posterior
Flexor carpi radialis Median C6, (C7) Upper/middle Lateral
Pronator teres Median C6, (C7) or C6, C7 Upper/middle Lateral
Serratus Anterior Long Thoracic C5, C6, C7 (blank) (blank)
Latissimus dorsi Thoracodorsal (C6), C7, (C8) Upper/Middle/Lower Posterior
Pectoralis major (clavicular) Lateral Pectoral (C5), C6, (C7) Upper/Middle Lateral
Pectoralis major (sternal) Medial Pectoral (C6), C7, C8, (T1) Middle/Lower Medial
Triceps brachii Radial (C6), C7, (C8) Upper/Middle/Lower Posterior
Extensor carpi radialis longus Radial C6, C7 Upper/Middle Posterior
Extensor indicis proprius Radial (C7), C8 or C7, C8 Middle/Lower Posterior
Extensor digitorum Radial C7, (C8) Middle/Lower Posterior
Extensor carpi ulnaris Radial (C7), C8 Middle/Lower Posterior
Palmaris longus Median (C7), C8, (T1) Middle/Lower Medial
Flexor pollicis longus Median (C7), C8, (T1) or C8, (T1) Middle/Lower or Lower Medial
Flexor carpi ulnaris Ulnar (C7), C8, (T1) Middle/Lower Medial
Flexor digitorum sublimis Median (C7), C8 Middle/Lower Medial
Flexor digitorum profundus Median/Ulnar (C7), C8, (T1) Middle/Lower Medial
Abductor pollicis brevis Median C8, T1 Lower Medial
First dorsal interosseous Ulnar C8, T1 Lower Medial
Hypothenar Ulnar C8, T1 Lower Medial
Anconeus Radial C7, (C8) Middle/Lower Posterior
Opponens pollicis Median C8, T1 Lower Medial
Trapezius Accessory C3, C4 (blank) (blank)
Teres major Inf subscapular C5, C6, C7 Upper/Middle Posterior
Extensor pollicis longus Radial C7, C8 Middle/Lower Posterior
Pronator quadratus Median C8, T1 Lower Medial
Adductor pollicis Ulnar C8, T1 Lower Medial
Sternocleidomastoid Accessory C2, C3, C4 (blank) (blank)
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