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URI Anatomy Quiz 11

URI Anatomy Quiz 11 Brachial Plexus

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The _____ runs along the belly of the biceps brachii muscle. musculocutaneous nerve
The _____ is a lateral branch of the brachial plexus. It serves the rhomboids as well as part of the levator scapulae ventralis. dorsal scapular nerve
The _____ is the only flexor that is innervated by the radial nerve. brachioradialis muscle
The _____ innervates the pronator muscles. median nerve
The _____ runs deep adjacent to the caudal humeral circumflex artery. It serves the deltoid and teres minor muscles. axillary nerve
The _____ innervates most of the muscles in the anterior compartment of the arm. musculocutaneous nerve
The _____ runs alone in the arm and with the ulnar artery in the forearm. ulnar nerve
The _____ directly receives neurons from the anterior rami of cervical 8 and thoracic 1 only. It gives rise to the ulnar nerve and half of the median nerve. medial cord
The _____ is formed from portions of the medial and lateral cords of the brachial plexus. median nerve
The _____ runs with the brachial artery through the supracondyloid foramen of the cat. median nerve
The _____ lies along the radial artery in the forearm. median nerve
The _____ innervates 15 of the 20 intrinsic muscles in the hand. ulnar nerve
The _____ is the sensory nerve for the medial cutaneous area of the hand, the little finger, and one-half of the ring finger. ulnar nerve
The _____ lies along the brachial artery in the arm. median nerve
The _____ is derived exclusively from the anterior rami of spinal nerves C8 and T1. ulnar nerve
The _____ innervates the palmaris longus muscle. median nerve
The two pronator muscles are innervated by the _____. median nerve
The _____ innervates the deltoid muscle. axillary nerve
The _____ supplies all but one of the supinator muscles. radial nerve
The _____ provides sensation from the latero-posterior cutaneous area of the hand. radial nerve
 

 



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