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Thor wall to shoulde

Nerve, blood supply, origin, insertion

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Pectoralis major N Medial & lateral pectoral nn from C5, C6 (clavicular part) and C6-T1 (sternocostal part)
Pectoralis major BS Pectoral, deltoid, and clavicular branches of thoracoacromial trunk; perforating branches of internal thoracic; superior and lateral thoracic aa
Pectoralis major O Ant surface of sternal 1/2 of clavicle; ant surface of sternum down to 6th or 7th costal cartilage; 1st to 7th costal cartilage; sternal end of 6th rib; Aponeurosis of external oblique
Pectoralis major I Lateral lip of intertuberous sulcus of humerus
Pectoralis minor N Medial and lateral pectoral nn from C5-T1
Pectoralis minor BS Pectoral and deltoid branches of thoracoacromial trunk Superior and lateral thoracic aa
Pectoralis minor O Outer superior borders of 2nd - 4th or 3rd - 5th ribs near costal cartilage
Pectoralis minor I Upper medial border of coracoid process
Subclavius N Nerve to subclavius from C5,C6
Subclavius BS Clavicular trunk of thoracoacromial trunk Suprascapular aa
Subclavius O Junction of 1st rib and its costal cartilage
Subclavius I Subclavian groove on inferior surface of middle 1/3 of clavicle
Serratus anterior N Long thoracic n C5-C7
Serratus anterior BS Branches from thoracodorsal a Superior and lateral thoracic a
Serratus anterior O Outer superior borders of upper 8-10 ribs inferolaterally
Serratus anterior I Costal surface of medial border of scapula
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