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Barb's Nerves

Zevin Anatomy Test #2

QuestionAnswer
Brachial plexus is formed from Anterior rami of C5-T1
Musculocutaneous Nerve is formed from which plexus? Brachial Plexus
Musculocutaneous Nerve innervates Anterior Arm
Median Nerve plexus? Brachial Plexus
Ulnar Nerve plexus? Brachial Plexus
Ulnar Nerve innervates Hand
Median Nerve innervates Anterior Forearm
Axillary Nerve innervates Deltoid and teres minor
Radial Nerve innervates Triceps, brachioradialis, posterior forearm (extensor) muscles
Femoral Nerve innervates Quadriceps femoris, sartorius
Lumbar plexus formed from Anterior rami of L1-L4
Femoral nerve plexus? Lumbar plexus
Obturator nerve plexus? Lumbar plexus
Obturator nerve innervates Adductor muscles of thigh
Saphenous nerve innervates Medial knee and medial ankle
Saphenous nerve plexus? Lumbar plexus
Lumbosacral trunk and sacral spinal nerves combine to form Sacral plexus L4-S4
Superior gluteal nerve innervates Gluteus medius
Inferior gluteal nerve innervates Gluteus maximus
Sciatic nerve plexus? Sacral plexus
Tibial nerve innervates Posterior leg muscles and plantar muscles of foot
Fibular (peroneal) nerve innervates lateral leg muscles and anterolateral leg compartment
Tibial nerve plexus? Sacral plexus
Fibular nerve plexus? Sacral plexus
Created by: bjperkins