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1

What type of joint is the MCP joint

Synovial condyloid

2

What type of joint is the DIP and PIP?

Synovial Hinge joint

3

What is the blood supply of the wrist?

Dorsal and palmar carpal arches

4

The deep carpal arch is primarily what nerve?

Radial

5

The superficial carpal arch is primarily what nerve?

Ulnar

6

Carpal joints have what motion?

They glide over each other

7

Thenar eminence is on what side?

Thumb

8

Hypothenar eminence is on what side of the hand?

Pinky

9

What bone increases the leverage of the flexor carpi ulnaris?

Pisiform

10

What do radiocarpal ligaments do?

Allow the hand to follow the wrist during pronation and supinator

11

Movements of the wrist?

Flexion/ extension
Abduction/adduction
Circumduction

12

Flexion muscles of the wrist

Flexor carpi radialis
Flexor carpi ulnaris

13

Extensors of the wrist?

Extensor carpi radialis Longus and brevis
Extensor carpi ulnaris

14

Abductors of the wrist?

Abductor pollicis longus
Flexor carpi radialis
Extensor carpi radialis longus and brevis

15

Adductors of the wrist?

Extensor carpi ulnaris
Flexor carpi ulnaris

16

Blood supply of wrist?

Dorsal and Palme carpal arches

17

Innervation of the wrist?

Median and radial nerve

18

Blood supply of intercarpal joints?

Dorsal and palmar carpal arches

19

Innervation of intercarpal joints?

Median and ulnar nerves

20

Medial and lateral collateral ligaments have 2 parts

Cord like - strong, thick
Fan like - weak, wide and thin

21

Phalangeal joints are innervated by what nerves?

Ulnar and median

22

What type of joint is the wrist?

Synovial condyloid

23

The pisiform increases leverage of what muscle?

Flexor carpi ulnaris