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neuro14 innervations

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Lumbar Plexus: Psoas major
Lumbar Plexus Psoas minor
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division: Semitendinosus
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Soleus
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Popliteus
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Semimembranosus
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Plantaris
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Tibialis posterior
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Gastrocnemius
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Biceps femoris (long head)
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Flexor hallucis longus
Sciatic Nerve - Tibial Division Flexor digitorum longus
Sacral Plexus: Piriformis
Sacral Plexus Superior gemelli
Sacral Plexus Obturator internus
Sacral Plexus Inferior gemelli
Sacral Plexus Quadratus femoris
Sciatic Nerve - Common Peroneal Division: Biceps femoris (short head)
Inferior Gluteal Nerve: Gluteus maximus
Deep Peroneal Nerve: Extensor digitorum longus
Deep Peroneal Nerve Tibialis anterior
Superior Gluteal Nerve: Gluteus medius
Superior Gluteal Nerve Tensor fasciae latae
Superior Gluteal Nerve Gluteus minimus
Superficial Peroneal Nerve: Peroneus longus
Superficial Peroneal Nerve Peroneus brevis
Femoral Nerve: Iliacus
Femoral Nerve Vastus lateralis
Femoral Nerve Rectus femoris
Femoral Nerve Vastus medialis
Femoral Nerve Sartorius
Femoral Nerve Vastus intermedius
Femoral Nerve Pectineus
Obturator Nerve: Adductor longus
Obturator Nerve Gracilis
Obturator Nerve Adductor brevis
Obturator Nerve Obturator externus
Obturator Nerve Adductor magnus
Medial Plantar Nerve: Abductor hallucis
Medial Plantar Nerve Lumbricale I
Medial Plantar Nerve Flexor digitorum brevis
Medial Plantar Nerve Flexor hallucis longus
Lateral Plantar Nerve: Abductor digiti minimi
Lateral Plantar Nerve Dorsal interossei
Lateral Plantar Nerve Quadratus plantae
Lateral Plantar Nerve Adductor hallucis
Lateral Plantar Nerve Lumbricale II, III, IV
Lateral Plantar Nerve Plantar interossei
Lateral Plantar Nerve Flexor digiti minimi brevis
Dorsal scapular: Rhomboids,
Dorsal scapular Levator scapulae
Long thoracic: Serratus anterior
Nerve to subclavius: Subclavius
Suprascapular: Infraspinatus,
Suprascapular Supraspinatus
Lateral pectoral: Pectoralis major, Pectoralis minor
Musculocutaneous: Coracobrachialis, Biceps brachii, Brachialis
Lateral root of the median: and five muscles in the hand Flexor muscles in the forearm, except flexor carpi ulnaris,
Medial pectoral: Pectoralis major, Pectoralis minor
Ulnar: 1 1/2 muscles of the forearm and most small muscles of the hand
Medial root of the median: Flexor muscles in the forearm, except flexor carpi ulnaris, and five muscles of the hand
Upper subscapular: Subscapularis
Thoracodorsal: Latissimus dorsi
Lower subscapular: Subscapularis,
Lower subscapular Teres major
Axillary: Deltoid, Teres minor
Radial: Brachioradialis and the extensor muscles of the forearm
Dorsal scapular: Rhomboids,
Dorsal scapular Levator scapulae
Long thoracic: Serratus anterior
Nerve to subclavius: Subclavius
Suprascapular: Infraspinatus,
Suprascapular Supraspinatus
Lateral pectoral: Pectoralis major,
Lateral pectoral Pectoralis minor
Musculocutaneous: Coracobrachialis,
Musculocutaneous:, Biceps brachii
Musculocutaneous: Brachialis
Lateral root of the median: Flexor muscles in the forearm, except flexor carpi ulnaris, and five muscles in the hand
Ulnar: 1 1/2 muscles of the forearm and most small muscles of the hand
Medial root of the median: Flexor muscles in the forearm, except flexor carpi ulnaris, and five muscles of the hand
Upper subscapular: Subscapularis
Thoracodorsal: Latissimus dorsi
Lower subscapular: Subscapularis,
Lower subscapular Teres major
Axillary: Deltoid,
Axillary Teres minor
Radial: Brachioradialis and the extensor muscles of the forearm
Created by: micah10
 

 



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