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DIT nn of upper limb

QuestionNerve
Claw hand ulnar n
Ape hand median n
Wrist drop radial n
Scapular winging long thoracic n
unable to wipe bottom thoracodorsal
loss of forearm pronation median n
cannot abduct or adduct fingers ulnar n
loss of arm abduction axillary n
weak lateral rotation of arm suprascapular n, axillary n
loss of arm and forearm flexion musculocutaneous
loss of forearm extension radial n
trouble initiating arm abduction suprascapular n
unable to abduct arm beyond 10 degrees axillary n
unable to raise arm above horizontal Long thoracic n, spinal accessory n
dorsal scapular A. dorsal scapular n
lateral thoracic a. long thoracic n
posterior circumflex a axillary n
suprascapular a suprascapular n
thoracodorsal a thoracodorsal n
deep brachial a radial n
ulnar a ulnar n
brachial a median n
ant interosseous a ant interosseous n
post interosseous a deep branch of radial n
shaft of humerus fracture radial n
surgical neck of humerus fracture axillary n
supracondyle of humerus injury median n
medial epicondyle injury ulnar n
anterior shoulder dislocation axillary n
injury to the carpal tunnel medain n
A gymnast sustains an anterior should dislocation. what n is injured? axillary
Falls and injures elbow. Can't feel medial part of palm? n and injury. Broken medial epicondyle causing ulnar n injury
Midshaft break of humerus. N and artery? radial n, deep brachial a
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