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muscle innervations

• abductor digiti minimi (foot) lateral plantar
• abductor digiti minimi (hand) ulnar
• abductor hallucis medial plantar
• abductor pollicis brevis median
• abductor pollicis longus radial
• adductor brevis obturator
• adductor hallucis lateral plantar
• adductor longus obturator
• adductor magnus obturator and tibial
• adductor pollicis ulnar
• anconeus radial
• articularis genu branches of femoral nerve, L3,4
• aryepiglotticus recurrent laryngeal branch of vagus
• auricularis temporal branch of facial nerve
• biceps brachii musculocutaneous
• biceps femoris tibial and peroneal
• brachialis musculocutaneous
• brachioradialis radial
• buccinator buccal branch of facial nerve
• bulbospongiosus deep/muscular branch of the perineal nerve, which is a branch of the pudendal nerve
• constrictor of pharynx -inferior vagus nerve (cranial nerve X), specifically, by branches from the pharyngeal plexus and by neuronal branches from the recurrent laryngeal nerve. Contents
• constrictor of pharynx -middle Pharyngeal plexus (IX, X and sympathetic) via pharyngeal br of X with its motor fibres from cranial accessory N (XI)
• constrictor of pharynx -superior pharyngeal branch of the vagus nerve via the pharyngeal plexus.
• coracobrachialis musculocutaneous
• corrugator supercilii zygomatic branch of facial nerve
• cremaster genital branch of the genitofemoral
• cricothyroid branch of the vagus nerve known as the external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve (rather than the recurrent laryngeal nerve)
• deep transverse perinei Perineal branch of pudendal nerve (S2, 3, 4)
• deltoid axillary from brachial plexus
• depressor anguli oris mandibular branch of facial nerve
• depressor labii inferioris mandibular branch of facial nerve
• diaphragm phrenic
• digastric mylohyoid and facial
• erector spinae - spinalis dorsal primary divisions of spinal nerves
• erector spinae - iliocostalis dorsal primary divisions of spinal nerves
• erector spinae - longissimus dorsal primary divisions of spinal nerves
• extensor carpi radialis brevis radial
• extensor carpi radialis longus radial
• extensor carpi ulnaris radial
• extensor digiti minimi (hand) radial
• extensor digitorum (hand) radial
• extensor digitorum brevis (foot) deep peroneal
• extensor digitorum longus (foot) deep peroneal
• extensor hallucis longus deep peroneal
• extensor indicis radial
• extensor pollicis brevis radial
• extensor pollicis longus radial
• external oblique abdominis branches of intercostals
• flexor carpi radialis median
• flexor carpi ulnaris ulnar
• flexor digiti minimi (foot) lateral plantar
• flexor digiti minimi brevis (hand) ulnar
• flexor digitorum brevis medial plantar
• flexor digitorum longus (foot) tibial
• flexor digitorum profundus median and ulnar
• flexor digitorum superficialis median
• flexor hallucis brevis medial plantar
• flexor hallucis longus tibial
• flexor pollicis brevis median and ulnar
• flexor pollicis longus median
• frontalis temporal branches of the facial nerve
• gastrocnemius tibial
• gemellus inferior branch of sacral plexus
• gemellus superior branch of sacral plexus - nerve to obturator internus L5-S2
• genioglossus hypoglossal
• geniohyoid hypoglossal
• gluteus maximus inferior gluteal
• gluteus medius superior gluteal
• gluteus minimus superior gluteal
• gracilis obturator
• hyoglossus hypoglossal
• iliacus femoral
• inferior oblique (Obliquus oculi inferior) oculomotor
• inferior rectus oculomotor
• infraspinatus suprascapular
• intercostals external intercostal
• intercostals innermost intercostal
• intercostals internal intercostal
• internal oblique abdominis branches of intercostals
• interossei - dorsal of hand ulnar
• interossei -dorsal of foot lateral plantar
• interossei- palmar of hand ulnar
• interossei - plantar of foot lateral plantar
• interspinalis dorsal rami of spinal nerves
• intertransversarii dorsal and ventral rami of spinal nerves
• intrinsic muscles of tongue hypoglossal
• ischiocavernosus perineal branch of the pudendal nerve (S2-4)
• lateral cricoarytenoid recurrent laryngeal branch of the vagus nerve
• lateral pterygoid mandibular branch of the trigeminal nerve, specifically the V3 branch
• lateral rectus abducens
• latissimus dorsi thoracodorsal
• levator anguli oris buccal branch of facial nerve
• levator ani-coccygeus
• levator ani - iliococcygeus
• levator ani-pubococcygeus
• levator ani-puborectalis
• levator ani-pubovaginalis
• levator labii superioris
• levator labii superioris
• levator palpebrae superioris superior division of the oculomotor
• levator scapula dorsal scapular and cervical nerves
• levator veli palatini pharyngeal plexus, primarily by the pharyngeal branch of the vagus nerve
• levatores costarum
• longus capitis ventral rami of C1-C4
• longus colli ventral rami of C1-C7
• lumbricals of foot (4) medial and lateral plantar
• lumbricals of hand second and third: median fourth and fifth: ulnar
• masseter mandibular nerve via masseteric nerve
• medial pterygoid
• medial rectus oculomotor
• mentalis zygomatic branch of the facial nerve
• m. uvulae
• mylohyoid mylohyoid
• nasalis
• oblique arytenoid
• obliquus capitis inferior suboccipital
• obliquus capitis superior suboccipital
• obturator externus obturator
• obturator internus branch of sacral plexus
• omohyoid upper cervical
• opponens digiti minimi (hand) ulnar
• opponens pollicis median
• orbicularis oculi
• orbicularis oris
• palatoglossus
• palatopharyngeus
• palmaris brevis
• palmaris longus median
• pectineus femoral and obturator
• pectoralis major medial and lateral pectoral
• pectoralis minor medial pectoral
• peroneus brevis superior peroneal
• peroneus longus superior peroneal
• peroneus tertius deep fibular nerve
• piriformis branch of sacral plexus
• plantaris tibial
• platysma
• popliteus tibial
• posterior cricoarytenoid
• procerus
• pronator quadratus median
• pronator teres median
• psoas major lumbar plexus
• psoas minor ventral rami of lumbar plexus
• pyramidalis
• quadratus femoris branch of sacral plexus
• quadratus lumborum branches of first lumbar and twelfth thoracic
• quadratus plantae lateral plantar
• rectus abdominis branches of intercostals
• rectus capitus anterior ventral rami C2,3
• rectus capitus lateralis ventral rami C2,3
• rectus capitus posterior major suboccipital
• rectus capitus posterior minor suboccipital
• rectus femoris branches of femoral nerve, [L2],3,4
• rhomboid major dorsal scapular from brachial plexus
• rhomboid minor dorsal scapular from brachial plexus
• risorius
• salpingopharyngeus
• sartorius femoral
• anterior scalene cervical and brachial plexuses
• middle scalene cervical and brachial plexuses
• scalenus minimus cervical and brachial plexus
• posterior scalene brachial plexus
• semimembranosus tibial nerve of sciatic bundle, L5,S1,2
• semitendinosus tibial nerve of sciatic bundle, L5,S1,2
• serratus anterior long thoracic
• serratus posterior inferior spinal nerves nine through twelve
• serratus posterior superior spinal nerves one through four
• soleus tibial
• sphincter ani
• sphincter urethrae
• splenius capitis branches of dorsal division of cervical
• splenius cervicis branches of dorsal division of cervical
• stapedius
• sternocleidomastoid spinal accessory
• sternohyoid upper cervical
• sternothyroid upper cervical
• styloglossus
• stylohyoid facial
• stylopharyngeus
• subclavius subclavian
• subcostalis intercostals
• subscapularis upper and lower subscapular
• perinei
• superior oblique trochlear
• superior rectus oculomotor
• supinator radial
• supraspinatus suprascapular
• temporalis deep temporal branch of mandibular nerve
• temporoparietalis
• tensor fasciae lata superior gluteal
• tensor tympani
• tensor veli palatini
• teres major lower subscapular
• teres minor axillary
• thyro-arytenoid & vocalis
• thyro-epiglotticus
• thyrohyoid upper cervical
• tibialis anterior deep peroneal
• tibialis posterior tibial
• transverse arytenoid
• transversospinalis -multifidus dorsal primary divisions of spinal nerves
• transversospinalis -rotatores dorsal primary divisions of spinal nerves
• transversospinalis -semispinalis dorsal primary divisions of spinal nerves
• transverse abdominis branches of intercostals
• transversus thoracis
• trapezius spinal accessory and cervical plexus
• triceps brachii radial
• vastus intermedius
• vastus lateralis
• vastus medialis
• zygomaticus major
• zygomaticus minor
• extensor hallucis brevis deep peroneal
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