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Neuroanatomy: Dermatomes & myotomes SCI

C4 Dermatomes Axilla
C5 Dermatome Lateral Elbow
C6 Dermatome Thumb
C7 Dermatome Middle Finger
C8 Dermatome Pinky Finger
T1 Dermatome Medial Elbow
L1 Dermatome Inguinal Region
L3 Dermatome Medial knee
L4 Dermatome Medial Malleoli
L5 Dermatome Lateral Malleoli
S1 Dermatome Posterior Heel
S2 Dermatome Posterior Knee
C4 Myotome Shoulder Shrug
C5 Myotome Biceps, Elbow Flexion
C6 Myotome Wrist Extension
C7 Myotome Elbow Extension
C8 Myotome Finger Flexion
T1 Myotome Finger Abduction
L2 Myotome Hip Flexion
L3 Myotome Quads, Knee Extension
L4 Myotome Dorsiflexion
L5 Myotome Toe Extension
S1 Myotome Plantarflexion
S2 Myotome Knee Flexion, Hamstrings
C1-C3 SCI Dependant for all ADL's and Transfers. Muscles Present: facial muscles, SCM, and upper trap.
C4 SCI Dependant in all transfers and ADL's. Muscles present: diaphragm & upper trap.
C5 SCI had shoulder flex & Abd, elbow flexion. Needs assistance with ADL's and transfers. Muscles present: deltiod, biceps, rhomboids, teres minor, infraspinatus. Min assist with slide board transfers.
C6 SCI had shoulder flex & Abd, elbow flexion. Needs assistance with ADL's and transfers. Muscles present: deltiod, biceps, rhomboids, teres minor, infraspinatus, teres major. Independant with rolling, eating, UE dressing. Potential for independant slide board
C7 SCI Has elbow extension, very inportant. Muscles present: triceps, latissimus dorsi, pronator teres. Potential for independant living.
C8 SCI Can live independantly. Have more finger control than a C7.
T1-T8 SCI independant in ADL's, canadate for standing wheelchairs.
T9-T12 SCI Have Abdominal muscles. Increased respiratory functions. Therapeutic ambulation & household ambulation with assistive devices is possible.
L1-L3 SCI Incresed capasity for ambulation.Independant in household and community. KAFO needed.
L4-L5 SCI Independant with all functional and gait activities. Ambulation in community with assistive orthotics.
L2 Dermatomes Thigh
Created by: JamieLynn