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What is a good way of remembering the names of the brachial plexus?

Really thirsty drink cold beer
Roots trunks division cords branches

1

What roots is the lateral division supplied by? (Think back to anatomy express)

c5,6,7

2

What roots is the medial division supplied by?(Think back to anatomy express)

c8, T1

3

What nerves is the pectoral major supplied by? (Think back to anatomy express)

Medial and lateral pectoral nerves because is is major so has 2

4

What nerves is the Pectoralis minor supplied by?(Think back to anatomy express)

Lateral

5

When you think of the divisions drawn out neatly on the diagram in which order do they come?

Lateral posterior medial think L and M alphabetical and the posterior just in the middle.

6

What are the actions of the pronator teres?

Pronation of the forearm

7

What are the actions of the flexor Capri radialis?

G

8

What are the actions of the palmar is longus?

G

9

What are the actions of the flexor carpi ulnaris?

G

10

What are attachments of the pronator teres?

H

11

What are attachments of the flexor carpi radialis?

Originates from the medial epicondyle, Attatches to the base of the metacarpals 2 and 3.

13

What are attachments of the palmaris longus ?

G

14

What nerve innervates the anterior of the arm?

Musculocutaneous

15

What nerve innervates the posterior of the arm and forearm ?

Radial

16

What nerve innervates the anterior forearm? Exceptions?

Median.
Flexor digitorum profundus and flexor carpi radialis- ulnar

17

What are attachments of the flexor carpi ulnaris?

H

18

Draw a diagram of the superficial drainage of the upper limb

See notes

19

Plot the course of the radial and ulnar artery in the forearm

See notes

20

Between which two muscles does the median nerve pass between?

Flexor digitorum superficialis and flexor digitorum profundus