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cervical plexus

c1-c4

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brachial plexus

c5-t1

3

lumbar plexus

l1-l4

4

sacral plexus

l5-s4

5

where do para axons leave

3,7,9,10, sacral

6

adduction of shoulder
and abduction

c7 (back down from heaven)
c5 (im alive)

7

elbow flexion
and extension

c5,6
c7,8

8

finger flexion
and extension

c8 (rock)
c7 (paper)

9

finger abduction
and adduction

T1 (scissors)
T1

10

wrist flex
and extension

c6,7
c7,8

11

hip flexion
and extension

l2,3
l5,s1

12

knee flexion
and extension

l5,s1 ((kick ma bum)
l3,4

13

ankle dorsiflex
and plantarflex

l4,5
s1,2

14

ankle inversion
and eversion

l4
l5,s1

15

which vertebral have lateral horns

t1-l2

16

brachioradialis reflexes

mediated by the C5 and C6 nerve roots

17

femoral nerve roots

l2,3,4

18

any parasympathetic innervation to the body wall?

no

19

where in the nerve point in the neck

just above SCM

20

nerves in the neck

lesser occipital (c2), great auricular nerve (c2,3), transverse cervical (c2,3), supraclavicular (c3,4)

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spinal nerves to back of head

c2-c8. posterior rami

22

cutaneous innervation of thr tunk

intercostal nerves for upper trunk
subcostal nerve -t12
lower anterolateral trunk wall - iliohypogastric and ilioinguinal (bifurcation of l1)

23

what is the anatomical snuff box supplied by

radial

24

axillary nerve

c5,6

25

where can t1 and t2 have pain refferred from

myocardium

26

top of foot nerve

superficial fib nerve

27

lateral part of lower leg

sural nerve

28

anterior/lateral part of lower leg

saphenous nerve, superficial fib really anterior

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anterior thigh

femoral - l2,3,4

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medial thigh

obturator - l2,3,4

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posterior thigh

posterior cutaneous nerve of thigh

32

bottom of foot

branches of tibial nerve

33

tibial nerve roots

l4,5,s1,2,3

34

deep fibular

big toe
l5

35

what does localised numbness suggest

peripheral nerve damage

36

what to call the olfactory marker in the brain

olfactory tract!!

37

supply to medial lower leg

saphenous nerve

38

nerve supply to shoulder

supraclaviular nerves

39

nerve supply of arm

superior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm, inferior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm, medial cutaneous nerve of arm, lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm, medial cutaenous nerve of forearm
on the back posterior nerve of forarm, and post nerve of arm

40

what does teh ulnar nerve supply (cutaneous)

1.5 medial fingers

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what does teh radial nerve supply (cutaneous)

outer thumb and back of hand (except ulnar part and tip of fingers (median)

42

neck nerves - cutaneous

great auricular, transverse cervical, lesser occipital on back of neck

43

dermatome c2

back of head and adams apple

44

clavicle and shoulder tip dermatome

c4

45

back of leg dermatome

s1 on bottom of floor and ankle, s2 up to s3 and s4,5 which encircle bum

46

l1 on the back

comes up to around level of t10 (on teh front) when it reaches middle of back

47

radial function

forearm, wrist, fingers, thumb EXTENSION

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median function

wrist flexion, forearm pronation, thenar muscles - so get paralysis

49

ulnar

intrinsic hand muscles except LOAF, wasting of thenar eminence, funger abduction and adduction

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fracture hurting radial

humeral midshaft

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fracture hurting axillary

humeral neck

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fracture hurting median

wrist lesion or elbow lesion

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fracture hurting ulnar

medial epicondyle fracture

54

badge patch dermatome

c5

55

thumb dermatome

c6

56

middle finger dermatome

c7

57

little finger dermatome

c8

58

sternal angle and medial arm

t2

59

xiphoid process dermatome

t8

60

pubic symphysis dermatome

t12

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groin dermatome

L1

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anterior thigh dermatome

l2

63

anterior knee

l3

64

medial maleolus dermatome

l4

65

dorsum of foot

l5

66

heel

s1

67

posterior knee

s2

68

buttock

s3

69

perineum

s4

70

perianal skin

s5

71

anterior thigh

s2

72

most commonly affected roots in cervical radiculopathy

c6-7

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sciatica nerve roots

l4-s3

74

back of neck dermatome

c3

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what level does the vena cava pass through teh diaphgram

t8

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what level does the oesophagus pass through teh diaphgram

t10

77

what level does the aortic hiatus pass through teh diaphgram

t12

78

at what level does the common carotid bifurcate

c4

79

lateral genticulate nucleus function

visual

80

medial genticulate nucleus function

auditory