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Wrist joint

Wrist joint structure

She looks to prettyTry to catch her scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum, pisiform, trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, hamate
styloid process atacchments for collateral ligaments
hook of hamate traverse carpal kigament atachments
medial epicondyle flexor tendons
Lateral epicondyles extention tendons
supracondylar ridge extensor carpi radialis longus muscle
flexor carpi ulnaris orgin medial epicondyle of humerus
flexor carpi ulnaris insertion pisiform and base of fift metacarpal
flexor carpi ulnaris action ulnar deviation
flexor carpi ulnaris segmental (c8, t1) Terminal nerve flexor carpi ulnaris is ulna nerve
flexor carpi radial orgin medial epicondyle of humerus
flexor carpi radial insertion Base of second and third metacarpals
flexor carpi radial action Wrist flexion, radial deviation
flexor carpi radial segmental (c6, c7) Terminal flexor carpi raddialis (median nerve)
Palmaris longus origin Medial epicondyle of humeus
Palmaris longs insertion Palmar fascia
Palmaris action Assit in wrist flexion
Palmar segmental (c6, c7) Palmar longus terminal end (median nerve)
Extensor Carpi Radialis longus orgin supracondoylar ridhe of humerus
Extensor carpi radialis longus insertion base of second metacarpal
Exntensor carpi radialis longus muscle action wrist extension, radial deviation
extensor carpi radialis longus nerve intervention Radial Nerve (c6, c7)
Extensor carpi radialis brevis orgin lateral epicondyle of humerus
extensor carpi radialis insertion base of third metacarpal
extensor carpi radialis nerve intervention radial nerve (c6,c7)
extensor carpi ulnaris orgin lateral epicondyle of humerus
extensor carpi ulnaris insertion base of 5th metacarpal
extensor carpi ulnaris action wrist extension, ulnar deviation
extensor carpi ulnaris nerve intervention radial nerve (c6,c7,c8)
Wrist spinal segmentsc6,c7 Radial - Extnsor carp radialis longus and brevis
Wrist spinal segments c6,c7, c8 Radial - Extensor carpi ulnaris
Wrist spinal segmentsc6, c7 median - flexor carpi radialis
wrist spinal segmentsc8, t1 ulnar - flexor carpi ulnaris
Created by: donald_dino
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