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dermatome covering shoulder

C4

2

Dermartome outer upper arm (in anatomical position)

C5

3

Dermatome outer lower arm and thumb (in anatomical position)

C6

4

Dermatome small patch of forearm and middle 3 fingers

C7

5

Dermatome covering inner lower arm (in anatomical position)

C8

6

Dermatome covering inner upper arm (in anatomical position)

T1

7

Dermatome covering armpit

T2

8

sensation little finger and 2/3 ring finger

Ulnar

9

Sensation most of palm, pad of the thumb and tips of middle and index finger

Median

10

Sensation to dorsum of hand, hypothenar eminance and back of thumb

Radial

11

Radial Nerve innovation

Sensation to dorsum of hand, hypothenar eminance and back of thumb- test in anotomical snuffbox
Dorsiflexion of the wrist

12

Median Nerve Innovation

Sensation most of palm, pad of the thumb and tips of middle and index finger - thenar eminance test
ok sign, and wide ok sign

13

Ulnar nerve innovation

sensation tip of little finger (whole little finger and 2/3 ring finger)
Aductor pollisis hold paper with straight thumb. Finger "star"

14

Wrist drop

Radial nerve damage

15

Ape hand deformity

Median nerve damage

16

Claw hand, little and ring finger fixed flexion

Ulnar nerve damage

17

Lateral anterior thigh dermatome

L2

18

medial anterior knee dermatome

L3

19

Medial calf dermatome

L4

20

Big toe, medial dorsum foot dermatome

L5

21

Lateral border and sole of foot dermatome

S1

22

Central posterior leg, popliteal fossa dermatome

S2

23

glutes dermatome

S3

24

UMN signs

Spastic paresis, Hypertonia, Hyperrelexia, Upgoing plantars, No atrophy, no fasiculations

25

LMN signs

Flaccid paresis, hypotonia, hyporelfexia, babinski negative. Atrophy and Fasiculation

26

Flaccid paresis, hypotonia, hyporelfexia, babinski negative. Atrophy and Fasiculation

LMN lesion

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Spastic paresis, Hypertonia, Hyperrelexia, Upgoing plantars, No atrophy, no fasiculations

UMN lesion