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muscles, nerves, and segments

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Biceps Brachii musculocutaneous; C5-6
Brachialis Musculocutaneous; C5-6
Brachioradialis Radial C5-6
Coracobrachialis Musculocutaneous C5-6
Triceps Radial C6-8
Pronator teres forearm pronation, Median, C6-7
Supinator forearm supination, Radial, C5-6
Pronator Quadratus forearm pronation, Median, C9-T1
Palmaris Longus wrist flexion, Median, C7-8
Flexor Carpi Radialis wrist flex & radial deviation, Median, C6-7
Flexor carip ulnaris wrist flex & ulnar deviation, Ulnar, C8-T1
Ext carpi Radialis wrist ext, Radial, C6-7
Ext. carpi radialis longus wrist ext & radial devation, Radial, C6-7
Ext carpi ulnaris wrist ext & ulnar deviation,Radial, C7-8
Rectus Femoris hip flex; knee ext, Femoral, L2-4
Vastus Medialis, Lateralis, Intermedius knee ext, Femoral, L2-4
Psoas Major hip flexion, Lumbar plexus, L2-4
Iliacus hip flexion, Femoral, L2-4
Sartorius hip flex,abd,& ER; Femoral, L2-3
Tensor Facial Latae Hip abd, IR; Superior Gluteal, L4,S1
Pectineus hip flex & add; femoral, L2-3
Adductor Brevis, Longus, Magnus hip abd, obturator,L3-4 (Add.Longus- L2-3)
Gracilis hip add, oburator, L2-3
Gluetus Maximus hip ext, ER; inferior gluteal, L5-S2
Gluteus Medius & Minimus hip abd, IR; Superior Gluteal
Piriformis and deep 6 Rotators Hip ER; branch of sacral plexus;(Piriformis)S1-2
Semitendinosus & Semimembranosus hip ext, Knee flex; tibial; L5-S2
Biceps Femoris long head hip ext, knee flex; tibial; L5-S2
Biceps Femoris short head knee flex; tibial; L5-S1
Popliteus unlock knee flexion; tibial, L5-S1
Gastrocnemius knee flex, tibial; S1-2
Soleus PF; tibial; S1-2
Flexor Hallucis Longus gt toe flex; tibial; L5-S2
Flexor Digitorum Longus toe 2-5 flexion; tibial; L5-S1
Tibialis posterior inversion,PF; tibial; L5-S1
peroneus Longus & Brevis Eversion; Superficial Peroneal; L4-S1
Ext. Digitorum Longus ext or lat 4 toes; Deep Peroneal; L4-S1
Ext Hallucis Longus Great toe Ext; Deep Peroneal; L4-S1
Tibialis Anterior inversion,DF; Deep Peroneal; L4-S1
Latissimus Dorsi GH ext,ADD,IR; Thoracodorsal; C6-8
Teres Major GH Add,IR, EXt; Lower Subscaplar, C5-6
Pectoralis Major GH Add, Horiz. Add, IR, Flexion & Ext to 90%; Medial & Lateral Pectoral; C5-T1
Deltoid Axillary Nerve; C5-6
Suprapinatus(Abd) & Infraspinatus(ER) Suprascapular N.; C5-6
Teres Minor(ER) Axillary N. ; C5-6
Subscapularis(IR) upper and lower subscapular N.; C5-6
Rhomboids Scap elevation,ADD, Downward rotation; dorsal Scapula N.; C5
Levator Scapulae scap elevation; Dorsal Scapula; C3-4
Serratus Anterior scap adb, depression; long thoracis N; C5-7
Pectoralis minor Scap depression,downward rotation, abdution; Medial Pectoral N.; C8-T1
Trapezius Accessory Nerve (motor)C3-4; 11th cranial N C3-4 Sensory
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