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1

Which nerve is likely damaged in this image?

radial nerve

2

Which nerve is likely damaged in this horse resulting in the muscle atrophy observed?

suprascapular n.

3

In the equine, branches of the radial nerve do not extend distal to the _______.

In the equine, branches of the radial nerve do not extend distal to the carpus.

4

Just above the radiocarpal joint, the median nerve divides into ____________.

Just above the radiocarpal joint, the median nerve divides into medial & lateral palmar nerves.

5

Just distal to the radiocarpal joint, the median and ulnar nerves join to become ____________.

lateral palmar nerve

6

At the fetlock, the medial palmar nerve becomes the __________.

At the fetlock, the medial palmar nerve becomes the medial palmar digital nerve.

7

At the fetlock, the lateral palmar nerve becomes the __________.

At the fetlock, the lateral palmar nerve becomes the lateral palmar digital nerve.

8

The deep branch of the ulnar n. innervates __________.

The deep branch of the ulnar n. innervates the interroseus.

9

Which nerves are blocked with a RUMM block?

  • Radial
  • Ulnar
  • Median
  • Muculocutaneous

10

Which nerve lies deep to the vein indicated by the red arrow?

(to orient yourself, the green arrow is pointing to the olecranon tuber)

musculocutaneous n.

11

What nerve is indicated by the red arrow?

(to orient yourself, the green arrow is pointing to the olecranon tuber)

median n.

12

Which nerve is indicated by the red arrow?

(to orient yourself, the green arrow is pointing to the olecranon tuber)

ulnar n.

13

What is this clusterf**k of nerves known as?

brachial plexus