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1

Name nerves A and B

A - Ulnar nerve

B - Median nerve

2

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Ulnar nerve (C7, C8, T1)

A - Flexor carpi ulnaris

3

What is the function of muscle A?

  1. Flexion of MCP joints (minus thumb)
  2. Flexion of PIP joints (minus thumb)
  3. Flexion of wrist

A - Flexor digitorum superficialis

4

Name muscles A and B

A - Flexor pollicis longus

B - Flexor digitorum profundus

5

Name muscular heads A and B

A - Humeral head of flexor carpi ulnaris

B - Ulnar head of flexor carpi ulnaris

6

Name muscles A to D

A - Pronator teres

B - Flexor carpi radialis

C - Palmaris longus

D - Flexor carpi ulnaris

7

What are the origin and insertion sites of muscle A?

Origin - Linear ridge on distal anterior surface of ulna

Insertion - Distal anterior surface of radius

A - Pronator teres

8

Name muscle A

A - Palmaris longus

9

Name muscle A

A - Flexor digitorum superficialis

10

Name muscle A

A - Flexor digitorum superficialis

11

What is the function of muscle A?

Pronation of forearm

A - Pronator teres

12

What is the function of muscle A?

  1. Flexion of interphalangeal joint of thumb
  2. Flexion of MCP joint of thumb

A - Flexor pollicis longus

13

Name muscle A

A - Palmaris longus

14

What are the origin and insertion sites of muscle A?

Origin (humeral head) - Medial epicondyle of humerus and adjacent supraepicondylar ridge

Origin (ulnar head) - Coronoid process of ulna (medial side)

Insertion - Roughening on lateral surface of midshaft of radius

A - Pronator teres

15

What is the function of muscle A?

  1. Flexion of DIP joints of phalanges (minus thumb)
  2. Flexion of MCP joints of phalanges (minus thumb)
  3. Flexion of wrist

A - Flexor digitorum profundus

16

Name the muscles associated with the tendons A, B and C

A - Flexor carpi ulnaris

B - Flexor carpi radialis

C - Palmaris longus

17

What is the function of muscle A?

Pronation of forearm

A - Pronator quadratus

18

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Median nerve (C6, C7)

A - Pronator teres

19

What are the origin and insertion sites of muscle A?

Origin (humero-ulnar head) - Medial epicondyle of humerus and adjacent margin of coronoid process

Origin (radial head) - Oblique line of radius

Insertion - Four tendons which attach to the palmar surfaces of the phalanges exlcuding the thumb

A - Flexor digitorum superficialis

20

Name muscles A to D

A - Pronator teres

B - Flexor carpi radialis

C - Palmaris longus

D - Flexor digitorum superficialis

21

What are the origin and insertion sites of muscle A?

Origin - Medial epicondyle of humerus

Insertion - Base of metacarpals 2 and 3

A - Flexor carpi radialis

 

22

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Median nerve (C7, C8)

A - Palmaris longus

23

What are the origin and insertion sites of muscle A?

Origin - Medial epicondyle of humerus

Insertion - Palmar aponeurosis of hand

A - Palmaris longus

24

Name muscles A to E

A - Pronator teres

B - Ulnar head of pronator teres

C - Flexor carpi radialis

D - Palmaris longus

E - Flexor carpi ulnaris

25

What are the origin and insertion sites of muscle A?

Origin - Anterior surface of radius and radial half of interosseous membrane

Insertion - Palmar surface of base of distal phalanx of thumb

A - Flexor pollicis longus

26

What is the innervation of muscle A?

Median nerve (C6, C7)

A - Flexor carpi radialis

27

Name muscle A

A - Flexor digitorum profundus

28

Name muscle A

A - Pronator quadratus

29

Name muscles A and B

A - Flexor pollicis longus

B - Pronator quadratus

30

Name muscle A

A - Pronator teres