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FA-Upper Ex-Nerves

QuestionAnswer
C7 Root Compressed to cervical disk lesion
Lower trunk of brachial plexus Compressed by cervical rib or by Pancoast tumor; leads to Klumpke's Palsy
Axillary Nerve: Lesioned by fracture of surgical neck; dislocation of the humerus; intramuscular injections.
Radial Nerve in spinal groove: Lesioned by midshaft fracture of humerus
Radial Nerve: Compressed in axilla by incorrect use of a crutch.
Radial Nerve (deep branch): Stretched by subluxation of radius.
Median Nerve: Compressed by supracondylar fracture of humerus; pronator teres syndrome
Ulnar Nerve: Lesioned by repeated minor trauma.
Anterior Interosseous Nerve: Compressed in deep forearm.
Recurrent branch of Median Nerve: Lesioned by superficial laceration.
Median Nerve: (in hand-carpal tunnel) Compressed in carpal tunnel syndrome and by dislocated lunate bone.
Ulnar Nerve: (in hand) Lesioned by trauma to heel of the hand; fracture of hook of hamate.
Created by: qirakhan