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Brachial Plexus

QuestionAnswer
Dorsal Scapular Nerve Direct root of C5 Muscles Rhomboids and levator scapulae
Superior Trunk Suprascapular Nerve Nerve to Subclavius roots C5 and C6 Supraspinatus and Infraspinatus Subclavius muscle
Lateral Pectoral Nerve Branch Lateral Cord Roots - C5,6,7 Pectoralis Major
Posterior Cord Upper Subscapular - C5,6 Subscapularis Lower Subscapular - C5,C6 Subscapularis and Teres Major Thoracodorsal C6, C7, C8 - Latissimus Dorsi
Long Thoracic Nerve Direct root of C5, 6, 7 - Serratus Anterior
Medial Cord Medial Pectoral Nerve - C8, T1 Pectorals Major and Minor
Ulnar Nerve Medial Cord C8, T1
Median Nerve C5,6,7,8 T1, Lateral and medial cord
Radial Nerve C5,6,7,8 T1 Posterior cord
Axillary Nerve C5,C6 Posterior Cord
Musculocutaneous C5,6,7 Lateral Cord
Brachial Plexus 5 Roots - exit vertebral foramina 3 Trunks - superior middle and inferior 6 Divisions - Anterior/posterior 3 Cords - Lateral posterior medial 5 Terminal Branches - organs distributed around 3 rd part of axillary artery
Created by: Sophie17