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Muscular Innervation Of The Upper Limb

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Overview

Question Answer
Musculocutaneous nerveFlexors of the elbow except brachioradialis
Radial nerveExtensors of the upper limb and brachioradialis
Median nerveFlexors of the first two fingers and abductor of the thumb
Ulnar nerveFlexors of the third and fourth finger and adductor of the thumb.
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Specifics

Question Answer
RhomboidsDorsal scapular
Serratus anteriorLong thoracic
SupraspinatusSubscapular
InfraspinatusSubscapular
SubclaviusSubclavian
Pectoralis majorLateral pectoral and medial pectoral (sternocostal part only)
CoracobrachialisMusculocunateous
Biceps BrachiiMusculocunateous
Brachialis Musculocunateous
Pectoralis minorMedial pectoral
SubscapularisUpper and lower subscapular
Latissimus dorsiThoracodorsal
Teres majorLower Subscapular
DeltoidAxillary
Triceps brachiiRadial
BrachioradialisRadial
Extensor of the forearm compartmentRadial
Flexor carpi ulnarisUlnar
Flexor digitorum profundus digits 4,5Ulnar
Dorsal interosseiUlnar
Hypothenar musclesUlnar
Lumbrical 4,5Ulnar
Palmaris brevisUlnar
Adductor pollicisUlnar
Flexor carpi radialisMedian
Flexor digitorum superficialisMedian
Flexor digitorum profundus digits 2,3Median
Lumbricals 2,3Median
Thenar musclesMedian
Flexor pollicis longusMedian
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These faithful reproduction of a lithograph plate from Gray's Anatomy, two-dimensional works of art, are not copyrightable in the U.S. as per Bridgeman Art Library v. Corel Corp.; the same is also true in many other countries, including Germany. Unless stated otherwise, it is from the 20th U.S. edition of Gray's Anatomy of the Human Body, originally published in 1918 and therefore lapsed into the public domain.