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Mash GA I Quiz 3 A

Mash GA I Quiz 3 with all 247 questions

(A) What nervous component(s) if any would escape injury? (B)As the depth of the laceration increased, what nervous component was cut first? (A) Superficial branch of the radial nerve (B) Ulnar nerve
3 letter classification (eg. SVA) given to the neurons located in the anterior horn of the spinal cord. GVE
A baseball batter of thin build was severly hit by a wild pitch in the posterolateral aspect of the upper arm about midway up. What nerve would be checked for possible injury? Now breifly explain how you would perform the check. Radial Nerve, Check loss of function in: Triceps, Anconeous, Extensors of the Forearm. Could also check for loss of sensation in the Posterior Lateral Portion of the hand.
A muscle which inserts on the coracoid process of the scapula. Pectoralis Minor
A patient presents a "pulled elbow" specifically the Head of the radius has been pulled through its surrounding ligament. Give specific ligamentous damage. Annular Ligament
A patient presents a sprained wrist caused by hyperextension. Give specific ligament damage Palmar radiocarpal ligament palmar ulnarcarpal ligament
a retractor of the scapula innervated by the dorsal scapular nerve rhomboids
abductors of wrist flexor carpi radialis and extensor carpi radialis longus
action of anconeus extension of elbow
action of corcobrachialis flexion and adduction of humerus
Action of extensor carpi ulnaris. Extends & Adducts the wrist
action of extensor digitorum extention of wrist and extendtion of 4 fingers at interphalangeal and metacarpal joints (IP, MP)
Action of extensor indicis. BE SPECIFIC Extension of the index finder at MP joint, assists extension of wrist
Action of infraspinatus muscle. Lateral Rotation & Extension of Humerus
Action of Latissimus dorsi. Adduction, medial/downward rotation of scapula, extension of the humerus, assists depression of scapula
Action of Levator Scapulae. Elevation, Medial Downward Rotation of the Scapula
Action of LOWER trapezius. Depression & Upward rotation of scapula
Action of lumberical muscles flexion of MP joint, extension of IP joints
Action of mentalis. Protrudes Lower Lip & Wrinkles Skin on Chin
Action of palmaris brevis Tenses skin on the ulnar side, aids grip
Action of pas alaris of nasalis. Widens the nostrils
Action of pectoralis major m., sternal head and clavicular head extension of humerus, flexion of humerus
Action of Rhomboid muscles. Retraction and downward rotation of the scapula
Action of serratus ANTERIOR muscle Protraction, upward rotation of scapular, stabilizes scapula against chest wall
Action of serratus POSTERIOR inferior. Pulls ribs Outward Conteracting the Inward Pull of the Diaphragm During Expiration
Action of subscapularis. Medial Rotation of Humerus, Adduction of Humerus
Action of temporopariatalis muscle. Tightens Scalp
Action of teres MAJOR muscle. Extention, Medial Rotation, Adduction of the Humerus
Action of the biceps brachii. Supination of forearm, flexion of elbow, flexion of humerus (short head)
Action of the Rhomboids. Retraction, Downward Rotation of Scapula
Action the only following parts of the pectoralis major muscle can perform (sternal vs. clavicular) SternalCostal Origin: Extension of humerus Clavicular Origin: Flexion of Humerus
Alternate name for specifically the C3 dorsal ramus (posterior primary division) The 3rd Occipital Nerve
Alternate name for the inferior root of the ansa cervicalis. Descendens Cervicalis
Alternate name for the superior root of the ansa cervicalis. Descendens Hypoglossi
An anterior muscle which causes downward rotation of scapula. Pectoralis Minor
An artery which arises from the 2nd part of the subclavian. Costocervical Trunk
An artery which arises from the 3rd part of the subclavian. Dorsal Scapular a.
Artery that supplies mostly serratus anterior; it also helps to supply subscapularis, axillary lymph nodes, and mammary gland. Lateral Thoracic Artery
Artery that supplies the trapezius and the levator scapulae, but not the rhomboids. Transverse Cervical Artery
Artery that supplies thenar muscles. Superficial Palmer Branch of Radial Artery
Artery which accompanies a branch of the median nerve and supplies the deep flexors of the forearm. Anterior Interosseous Artery
Artery which accompanies the axillary nerve. Posterior Humeral Circumflex Artery
Artery which accompanies the phrenic nerve. Pericardiacophrenic artery
Artery which accompanies the radial nerve of the upper arm. Profunda Brachii
Begining with the brachial artery, make a flow chart showing the course a drop of blood would take to reach the DEEPEST extensor muscles in the forearm. Brachial Artery -> Ulnar Artery -> Common Interosseous Artery -> Posterior (Dorsal) Interosseous Artery
Besides adduction, the action of the coracobrachialis. Flexion of the Humerus
Besides elevation, the action of the levator scapulae. Medial Downward Rotation of Scapula
Besides the biceps brachii, name the flexors of the elbow. Brachialis, Bracioradialis, Pronator Teres
Besides the flexor carpi ulnaris, list 4 muscular components innervated by the ulnar nerve. Flexor Digitorum Profundus of the two Ulnar fingers, Adductor Pollicis, Hypothenar Muscles (Palmaris Brevis and Abductor, Flexor, and Opponens of Digiti Minimi), Interossei (palmar and dorsal)
Besides the superior root of the ansa cervicalis. NAME(no segments) the other 2 nerves that leave the hypoglossal nerve near its anterior end to supply muscles. Nerve to geniohyoid and thyrohyoid
Bony landmark that best gives the level at which the radial nerve splits into its two main branches. Lateral Epicondyle of Humerus
Bony LANDMARK with which the axillary nerve is associated. Surgical neck of humerus
Branch of the basilar artery supplying the internal ear. Labyrinthine
Carpal tunnel is an osseofirous canal formed by _____and ______ carpal bones and flexor retinaculum
Common origin of the extensors located in the forearm. Lateral Epicondyle of the Humerus (common extensor tendon
Consider the major nerves and all SPECIFIC branches crossing the wrist joint (anteriorly or posteriorly) to enter the hand. Next consider a deep (to the bone) laceration completely across the lower ANTERIOR wrist. superficial branch of radial nerve, ulnar nerve
Considering everything else to be equal, what determines the range of contraction of an unattached muscle? the length of the fasicles
contributes to the dorsal carpal rete (anastomosis on dorsal wrist) dorsal carpal branch of the ulnar a.
DEEP muscle that inserts on the distal anterior radius. Pronator Quadratus
Define the 2nd part of the subclavian artery. (ie.where it is located) Posterior to Anterior Scalene Muscle
describe the insertion of extensor digitorum via the extensor expansion of the 4 fingers into the base of the 2nd and 3rd phalanges
elevators of scapula levator scapulae and upper trapezius
flexors of the wrist flexor carpi ulnaris, flexor carpi radialis and palmaris longus
forms the inf. border of the "triangle of auscultation" latissimus dorsi
Forms the lateral border of the "triangle of auscultation". Medial border of Scapula
Forms the upper border of the "triangle of auscultation. Trapezius muscle
Give specific cord segments that usually form the following: (A) brachial plexus (B) Great auricular nerve C5-T1:C2,3
Give specific spinal cord segments that usually form the a) tibial nerve, b) iliohypogastic nerve, c) femoral nerve L4,5, S1,2,3; L1; L2-4
Give specific spinal cord segments that usually form the A. descendens cervicalis B. Supraclavicular Nerves. C2, C3 : C3,C4
Give specific spinal cord segments that usually form the... A. Sacral Pexus B. Supraclavicular Nerves C. Transverse Cervical Nerve A. Sacral Plexus:L4-S3 B.Supraclavicular Nerve:C3-C4 C. Transverse Cervical Nerve:C2-C3
Give specific spinal cord segmetns that usually form the following: a) lumbar plexus, b) inferior root of the ansa cervicalis L1-4, C2,3
Give superior and inferior boundaries of the quadrangular space. Teres Minor, Teres Major
Give the specific spinal cord segments that usually form the following: A. Lumbar Plexus B. Inferior Roots of the ansa cervicalis C. Greater auricular nerve A. Lumbar Plexus:L1-L4 B. Inferior Roots of Ansa Cervicalis:C2-C3 C. Great Auricular Nerve:C2-C3
gives origin to the common palmar digital aa. Superficial Palmar Arch
helmet-like aponeurosis joinin the frontal and occipital bellies of the occipitaofrontalis muscle galea aponeurotica
horizontal adductors of humerus anterior deltoid, pectoralis major
In detail, describe the insertion of the extensor digitorum muscle. Via Extensor Expansion 4 fingers, into base of the 2nd & 3rd Phalanges & Inter Phalangeal Joints (PIP & DIP)
Injury to any of these spinal nerve roots may affect the function of the ulnar nerve. C7, C8, T1
Injury to the musculotaneous nerve would affect what muscles? Biceps Brachii, Coracobrachialis & Brachialis
Injury to this specific nerve could produce anaesthesia over the lateral part of the posterior hand and the posterior surface of radial 2 1/2 or 3 1/2 digits over proximal phalanx; no muscles would be affected. Superficial Branch of the Radial Nerve
innervates the superior belly of the omohyoid muscle c1 dorsal ramus
Innervation of the brachialis. Musculocutaneus Nerve
Innervation of the latissimus dorsi. Thoracodorsal Nerve
Innervation of the levator scapulae. Dorsal Scapular Nerve, Spinal Nerves
Innervation of the opponens pollicis Median Nerve
Innervation of the palmaris brevis Ulnar Nerve
Innervation of the pectoralis minor muscle. Medial Pectoral Nerve
Innervation of the pectoralis minor muscle. Medial Pectoralis Nerve
Innervation of the platysma muscle. Facial Nerve (CN VII)
Innervation of the rhomboid muscle. Dorsal Scapular Nerve
Innervation of the serratus anterior muscle. Long Thoracic Nerve
Innervation of the subclavius muscle. Subclavian Nerve
Innervation of the Subscapularis M Upper and Lower Subscapular Ns.
Innervation of the trapezius. Accessory n. (CNXI) spinal part (motor) C3,4 spinal nn.
Innervation of the triceps brachii. Radial Nerve
Insertion of anconeous. Olecranon Process & Upper Posterior Surface of the Ulna
Insertion of extenso carpi radialis brevis base of the 3rd metacarpal
Insertion of extensor carpi radialis Longus - Base of 2nd Metacarpal; Brevis - Base of 3rd Metacarpal
Insertion of extensor carpi radialis brevis Base of 3rd Metacarpal
Insertion of extensor carpi radialis longus. Base of the 2nd Metacarpal
insertion of extensor expansion 4 phalanges
Insertion of extensor expansion lumbricals of the hand, extensor indicis m., dorsal and plamar interossei; and retinacular ligament
Insertion of extensor expansion. Sides and Shafts of the middle and distal phalanx of the 4 fingers
Insertion of extensor pollicis brevis. Base of Proximal Phalanx of Thumb
Insertion of flexor carpi ulnaris. Pisiform Carpal Bone, Hamate Carpal Bone, Base of 5th Metacarpal
Insertion of flexor pollicis longus. Distal Phalanx of Thumb
Insertion of latissimus dorsi. Bicipital Groove of Humerus
Insertion of palmaris longus. Palmar Aponeurosis & Flexor Retinaculum
Insertion of pectoralis minor m. Coracoid Process of the Scapula
Insertion of pronator quadratus distal 4th of anterior radius
Insertion of pronator teres. Middle Lateral Shaft of Radius
Insertion of serratus anterior. Vertebral Border of Scapula - Anterior Surface
Insertion of serratus POSTERIOR inferior Ribs 8-12 Inferior Border
Insertion of Subscapularis M. lesser tubercle of humerus
Insertion of teres minor. Inferior facet of the greater tubercle of the humerus
insertion of trapezius UPPER: lateral 1/3 of Clavicle and the Acromion of Scapula MIDDLE: Spine of the Scapula LOWER: Root of Spine of Scapula
L1 spinal nerve forms the ________ and ________ nerves and contributes to the genitofemoral nerve. Iliohypogastric Nerve, Ilioinguinal Nerve
Ligament of elbow joint that prevents adduction of the joint. Radial Collateral Ligament
Ligament of the shoulder immediately deep to subscapularis tendon; it has superior, middle, and inferior parts; IMPORTANT: It does NOT attach to coracoid process. Glenohumeral Ligament
Ligament that holds the tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii in a groove. Transverse Humeral Ligament
Ligament that medially reinforces the articular capsule of the elbow joint Ulnar Collateral
Ligament torn in hyperadduction of the wrist. Radial Collateral Ligament
Ligament which attaches at the lesser and greater tubercles of the humerus and forms a retinaculum for the tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii. Transverse humeral ligament
Muscle inserting into the styloid process of the radius, it provides flexion of the elbow in the neutral position. Brachioradialis
Muscle that compresses the cheeks as in blowing and mastication. Buccinator
Muscle that draws the scalp posteriorly and raises eyebrows as in the expression of surprise. Occipital Frontalis
Muscle that has a superior attachment to the posterior surface of the lower sternum and an interior attachment to the internal surface of the costal cartilages 2-6. Transversus Thoracis
Muscle that originates below the radial notch on posterior ulna and posterior capsule; it inserts between anterior and posterior oblique lines on anterior surface of proximal radius supinator m.
Muscle that originates from the posterior ulna, radius and interosseous membrane; it inserts into the base of the 1st MC. Abductor Pollicus Longus
Muscle that raises the CORNER of the mouth as in the expression of disdain. Levator Anguli Oris
Muscle that raises the upper lip ONLY. Levator Labii Superioris
Muscle which acts as a PRIMARY fixator during contraction of the deltoid. Trapezius (Middle & Lower)
Muscle which depresses the angle of the mouth producing wrinkles on skin of neck. Platysma
Muscle which inserts into the UPPER lip and moves the upper lip upward and outward Zygomaticus Minor
Muscle which raises upper lip and dilates nares. Levator Labii Superioris Nasi
muscle whose long tendon is often used for tendon repair; it is also sometimes absent Palmaris Longus
Muscle with the origin off lateral epicondyle and insertion on olecranon process. Aconeous Muscle
muscles in the ant. forearm that form the intermediat layer flexor digitorum superficialis
muscles used to draw the scapl posteriorly and raises eyebrows as in the expression of surprise occipitofrontalis
muscles which form rotator cuff supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minior, subscapularis (SITS)
Name 2 bursae associated with the superior and/or anterior part of the shoulder joint. Subclavicular Bursae, Subacrominal Bursae (fused with Subdeltoid Bursa)
Name 2 Ligaments that connect the scapula and the clavicle. Acromioclavicular Ligament & Coracoclavicular Ligament
Name 3 hypothenar muscles. Flexor digiti minimi, Opponens digiti minimi, abductor digiti minimi
Name give to the terminal end of the ulnar artery. Superficial Palmar Arch
Name given to the CONNECTIVE TISSUE covering the smallest unit of a muscle visible to the naked eye perimysium
Name the 2 branches given off by an intercostal nerve that penetrates the intercostal muscles to supply the skin. Lateral Cutaneous Nerve, Anterior Cutaneous Nerve
Name the abductors of the humerus. Supraspinatus, Middle Deltoid
Name the abductors of the wrist. Flexor Carpi Radialis, Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
name the branches of the subscapular artery circumflex scapular artery and thoracodorsal a.
Name the DEEPEST pronator of the forearm. Pronator Quadratus
Name the depressors of the scapula pectoralis minor, lower trapezius
Name the direct branches of the 3rd part of the axillary artery. Posterior humeral circumflex artery, anterior humeral circumflex artery, subscapular artery
Name the direct branches of the thyrocervical trunk. Inferior Thyroid Artery, Transverse Cervical Artery, Suprascapular Artery
Name the downward rotators of the scapula. Levator Scapula, Rhomboids, Pectoralis minor, Latissimus Dorsi
Name the elevators of the scapula. Levator Scapula & Upper Trapezius
Name the extensors of the elbow. Triceps Brachii, Anconeous - Assists
Name the extensors of the humerus. Latissimus Dorsi, Teres Major, Posterior Deltoid, Infraspinatus, Teres Minor, Triceps Brachii (long head), Pectoralis Major (sternal head)
Name the extensors of the wrist. Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus, Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis, Extensor Carpi Ulnaris
Name the flexors of the wrist. Flexor Carpi Radialis, Flexor Carpi Ulnaris, Palmaris Longus, Flexor digitorum superficialis, flexor digitorum profundus
Name the HORIZONTAL aBductors of the humerus. posterior deltoid
Name the HORIZONTAL adductors of the humerus. Anterior Deltoid, Pectoralis Major
Name the hypothenar muscles. Flexor Digiti Minimi, Abductor Digiti Minimi, Oppones Digiti Minimi, palmaris brevis
Name the muscle(s) in the anterior forearm that form(s) the intermediate layer. Flexor Digitorum Superficialis
Name the muscle(s) in the anterior forearm that form(s) the superficial layer. Flexor Carpi Radialis, Flexor Carpi Ulnaris, Palmaris Longus, Pronator Teres
Name the muscles which form the rotator cuff. Supraspinous, Infraspinous, Teres Minor, Subscapularis, (SITS)
Name the pronators of the forearm. Pronator Teres & Pronator Quadratus
Name the thenar muscles which do NOT have a longus or a brevis Opponens pollicis, Adductor Pollicis
Name the thenar muscles. Flexor Pollicis Brevis, Abductor Pollicis Brevis, Adductor Pollicis, Oppenens Pollicis
Name the upward rotators of the scapula. (Be Specific) Upper Trapezius, Lower Trapezius and Serratus Anterior
Name two muscles which protract the scapula. Pectoralis Minor, Serratus Anterior
Nerve affected when one hits the "crazy bone of the elbow. Ulnar Nerve
Nerve that enters the forearm between the heads of the pronator teres muscle. Median Nerve
Nerve that travels immediately deep to the brachioradialis muscle. Superficial Branch of Radial Nerve
On the palmar view of the hand below, SHADE & LABEL the cutaneous area supplied by the median nerve. Be neat and accurate! thumb, first two fingers, and half of ring finger (ulnar n. supplies remaining 1 1/2 fingers)
One of the terminal branches of the internal thoracic artery; it enters the rectus sheath. Superior Epigastric Artery
Origin of anconeus lateral epicondlyle of humerus
Origin of brachialis muscle (BE SPECIFIC) Lower half of anterior shaft of humerus
Origin of lateral head of the triceps (Be specific). Posterior Humerus Above Spiral Groove
origin of lateral head of triceps posterior humerus above the spiral groove
Origin of Levator Scapulae. C1-C4 Transverse Processes
Origin of long head of the biceps brachii Supraglenoid tubercle
Origin of pectoralis minor m. anterior surface of ribs 3,4,5
Origin of serratus anterior m. lateral surface of upper 8 ribs
origin of serratus post. sup. caudal ligamentum nuchae, SP of c7-t2
Origin of serratus POSTERIOR superior. Ligamentum Nuchae - Caudal Portion; C7-T3 Vertebrae - Spinous Processes
Origin of short head of the biceps brachii. Coracoid Process of the Scapula
origin of trapezius EOP, Ligamentum Nuchae, Spinous Process of C7-T12
Question Anatomy I Test 3 Answers to Anatomy I Test 3
Rotator cuff muscle that inserts on the lower facet of the greater tubercle. Teres Minor
Smile (grin) muscle. Risorius
Specific Branch of a spinal nerve which supplies the meninges and blood vessels of the spinal cord. Meningeal (Recurrent) Branch
Specific branch of the basilar artery which help supply the very large hemispheres of the brain. Posterior Cerebral Artery
Specific MEDIALLY located vessel that contributes to the dorsal carpal rete (anastomosis on the dorsal wrist). Dorsal Carpal Branch of the Ulnar Artery
specific part of a spinal nerve to which the white ramus communicans is attached T-1-L2 or L3 spinal nerves only
specific spinal cord segments the usually form the A: sacral plexus B: supraclavicular nerves A:L4-S3 B:C3/4
spinal nerves (level) which have white rami communicantes T1-L2/3
Spinal Nerves (levels of the cord) that have gray rami communicates. All
Term used to describe paired deep veins. Venae Comitantes
Terminal part (end) of the radial artery. Deep Palmar Arch
the axillary n. carries fivers from these spinal cord segments C5,6
the basilic vein travels on the ________ aspect of the upper limb and is a tributary to the _______ medial, axillary v.
The cephalic vein travels on the ________(medial, anterior, lateral) aspect of the upper limb and is a tributary to __________. Lateral, axillary vein
the cervical plexus communicates with which cranial nerves vagus, hypoglossal, ansa cervicalis
the common peroneal/fibularis n. arises from the _________ division of the _________ plexus posterior, sacral
The common peroneal/fibularis nerve arises from the __________ (be very specific) of the sacral plexus. Superficial Fibular and Deep Fibular Branches
the direct branches of the tyrocervical trunk inf. thyroid, transverse cervical and suprascapular
The iliohypogastric and ilioinguinal nerves are branches of the ____________ plexus and carry _____________ cord segment(s). Lumbar, L1
The kissing muscle Orbicularis Oris muscle
The lower subscapular nerve arises from the _____________ (NO SEGMENTS!)(BE VERY SPECIFIC!) of the brachial plexus. Posterior Cord
The median nerve runs immediately deep to this muscle during most of its course through the forearm. Flexor Digitorum Superficialis Muscle
The musculocutaneous nerve carries fibers from the spinal cord segments C5-C7
The musculocutaneous nerve pierces the _________ muscle, then runs between the biceps and brachialis. Coracobrachialis
The musculotaneous nerve runs primarily on the anterior surface of this muscle. Brachialis
The obturator nerves arises from the ___________ division of __________ plexus. Anterior; Lumbar
The radial nerve carries fibers from these spinal segments. C5-T1
The superficial branch of the radial nerve mainy runs deep to this muscle. Brachioradialis
The tendons of __________ pass through the tendons of ____________ . Flexor Digitorum Profundus; Flexor Digitorum Superficialis
The thoracodorsal nerve arises from the ________of the brachial plexus. Posterior Cord
The tibial nerve arises from the ___________ of the sacral plexus and carries fibers from cord segments _____________. Anterior Division; L4-S3
The upper subscapular nerve arises from the ________ (be very specific) of the brachial plexus. Posterior Cord
This nerve passes between the deep & superficial heads of pronator teres. Median Nerve
three letter classification given to the neurons located in the anterior horn of the spinal cord GSE
two ligaments that connect the clavicle with the scapula conoid ligament and trapezoid ligament
two muscles that protract the scapula serratus ant. and pectoralis minor
Two muscles which can act to rotate the radius so that the palm faces anteriorly. supinator, biceps brachii
vessel that traverses the triangular space scapular circumflex a.
Vessel which forms an anastomosis with the superficial palmar arch. Superficial Palmar Branch of the Radial Artery
Vessel which supplies the 1st and 2nd intercostal spaces and semispinalis cervicis and capitis. Costocervical Trunk
Vessel which supplies the anterior thumb. Princep Pollicis
Vessels give rise to DORSAL metacarpal arteries? Dorsal Carpal Branch of Ulnar Artery, Anterior Interosseous Artery, Dorsal Carpal Branch of Radial Artery
vessles that give rise to the dorsal metacarpal arteries anterior interosseous a., dorsal carpal branches of the ulnar and radial a.
What do gray rami communicantes carry? (Be specific as possible) Incoming Post-Ganglionic Sympathetic Fibers
What do white rami communicantes carry? BE SPECIFIC AS POSSIBLE! Outgoing pre-ganglionic sympathetic fibers, Incoming visceral afferent fibers
What does the ansa cervivalis innervate? BE SPECIFIC! Sternohoid, Omohyoid - Inferior Belly, Sternothyroid (SOS)
What forms the greater occipital nerve? BE SPECIFIC AND COMPLETE! Mostly C2 some C3
What forms the suboccipital nerve? Dorsal Rami at C1
What innervates the superior belly of the omohyoid? (Do not give the spinal cord segments involved) Superior root of ansa cervicalis or desendens hypoglossi
What is the action of the extensor digitorum? Be VERY Specific! Extends the 4 Fingers at MP Joints, Assists extension of wrist
What muscular paralysis results from injury to the axillary nerve. Deltoid, Teres Minor
what nerve could possibly be injured because of a severe hit to the mid upper arm. How could you check for damage? Radial N. Could check for sensation on skin of the posterior portion of the arm and forearm. Also check for weakness of post. arm muscles
What specific joints are extended by extensor indicis. DIP and PIP -extention of index finger at MP and IP Joints
What vessels give rise to the DORSAL metacarpal arteries. Anterior Interosseous a., Dorsal Carpal Branch of the Ulnar and Radial aa.
which of the following is false: A: The dorsal interossei abduct B: the lumbricals flex the MP jionts and extend the interphalangeal C:the tendon of flex pollicus longus passes through carpal canal D:add. pollicus is innv. by the median n. D is false
Which one of the following statements if TRUE? the superficial transverse metacarpal ligament fills in gaps between longitudinal bands of palmar aponeurosis
Which ONE of the following statements is FALSE? d. the adductor pollicis is innervated by the median nerve (it's actually the ulnar n.)
Which ONE of the following statements is False? (question from last flash card) b. lumbricals extend the MP and interphalangeal joints
Which one of the following statements is FALSE? a. extensor pollicis longus forms the posterior border of the snuff box b. lumbricals extend the MP and interphalangeal joints c.the palmar aponeurosis is proximally attached to the flexor retinaculum and tendon of palmaris longus d.all interossei are innervated by the ulnar nerve e.the dorsal interossei abduct the 2nd, 3rd, & 4th digits
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