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nerves UE

QuestionAnswer
Serratus ant. long thoracic
rhomboids dorsal scapular
levator scapular dorsal scapular
supraspinatus suprascapular
infraspinatus suprascapular
pec major lateral pectoral
coracobrachialis musculocutaneous
biceps musculocutaneous
brachialis musculocutaneous
pec minor medial pectoral
teres major subscapular n
subscapula subscapular n
lat thoracodorsal
deltoid axillary
teres minor axillary
triceps radial
brachialis radial
supinators radial
extensors radial
brachioradialis radial
FCU ulnar
hypothenar eminence ulnar
interossei ulnar
add pollicis ulnar
medial 2 lumbricles ulnar
flexor digitorum profundis med 1/2 ulnar lat 1/2 medial
thenar eminence median
forearm flexors median
pronators median
palmaris longus median
C5/6 DTR biceps
C5/6 DTR bracioradialis
C7 DTR triceps
C2 derm Posterior occiput
C3 derm Anterior neck
C4 derm Supraclavicular area
C5 derm Lateral arm, just above elbow
C6 derm Thumb
C7 derm Middle finger
C8 derm Little finger
T1 derm Medial arm, just above elbow
Median origin lat and med cord (C5-T1)
Radial origin post cord (C5-T1)
Ulnar origin med cord (C8-T1)
Posterior interosseus deep branch of radial
Anterior interosseus Median n
Palmar Cutaneous Median
Recurrent branch median n
Created by: carter28