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the roots and trunks of the brchial plexus are ___clavicular

supraclavicular

2

The musculocutaneus nerve goes through ___________

coracobrachailis

3

The axillary nerve basically just supplies which two muscles?

Deltoid and teres minor

4

The musculocutaneous becomes cutaneous lateral to the tendon of the biceps

 

becomes the...

lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm

5

True or false

The ulnar nerve passed through the medial epicondyle

true

6

THe ulnar artery travels just under which two muscles in the forearm?

FCU FDP

7

Which muscles does the ulnar nerve innervate in the forearm?

FCU, medial half of FDP

8

The _____ nerve tucks in under the oblique attachemnt of FDP

There is fibrous arch spanning from humeral ulna head to its radial  head - of which it goes under

 

The Median nerve tucks in under the oblique attachemnt of FDP

There is fibrous arch spanning from humeral ulna head to its radial  head - of which it goes under

 

9

Just proximal to the wrist, the median nerve can be located between which two muscles?

Palmaris longus

fleor carpi radialis

10

The nerve above teres major is _____

below is ____

The nerve above teres major is axillary

below is radial nerve

11

The _____ nerve spirals around the back of the humerus

radial nerve

12

The radial nerve runs down the lateral aspect of the forearm, under the cover of which muscle primarily

bracioradialis

13

A big branch of the radial nerve is the posterior interosseus nerve,

 

This supplies most of _________muscles of the forearm

extensor

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