Musculoskeletal Anatomy Section 2- Lower Trunk and the Median and Ulnar Nerves

Errata: The flexor digitorum profundus flexes the wrist and DIP. The flexor digitorum superficialis flexes the PIP.
TOPICS: Median nerve, ulnar nerve, lower trunk nerves (C8-T1 roots), brachial plexus, flexor digitorum profundus, lumbricals, opponens pollicis, thenar eminence, hypothenar eminence, MCP, PIP, DIP, flexor digitorum superficialis, pronator teres, quadratus, pronation, supination, thumb, dorsal interossei, palmar interossei, supracondylar fracture, carpal tunnel, medial epicondyle, Hook of hamate (Guyon’s canal), hypothenar atrophy, thenar atrophy, intrinsic muscles of the hand, lumbricals of the ulnar nerve, lumbricals of the median nerve, opponens pollicis dysfunction, lumbrical dysfunction, median nerve damage, flexing digits, MCP dysfunction, cutaneous innervation of the brachial plexus, radial nerve, extending digits, flexing digits, ulnar nerve damage, lower trunk damage
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