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Still reading this? wow, bagus2. Lets do it!
1. State 3 nerves closely related to humerus.
-Axillary nerve - surgical neck of humerus
-Radial nerve - radial groove
-Ulnar nerve - posterior side of medial epicondyle
2. State the deformity resulting from injury of the following nerves.
-Radial nerve - wrist drop
-Ulnar nerve - ulnar claw hand
-Median Nerve - Ape-like hand
-Thoracic nerve - Winged scapula
3. State the clinical importances of brachial artery
-Blood pressure measurement
-Pulsation Brachial artery
4. State the clinical importance of radial artery and state where it can be felt.
radial artery's pulsation. It can be felt at the anterior lateral part of the wrist.
5. State the contents of cubital fossa.
should mention 'from medial to lateral'
6. State the branches of the lateral cord
-lateral pectoral nerve.
7. State the branches of medial cord
-medial root of median nerve
-median pectoral nerve
-median cutaneous nerve of arm
-median cutaneous nerve of forearm
8. State the branches of the posterior cord.
-subscapular nerve (upper and lower).
9. State the boundaries of quadrangular space and state the structures that pass through it.
-teres minor, subscapularis, long head of triceps and surgical neck of humerus.
-axillary nerve and posterior circumflex humeral artery
10. State the muscles of the forearm involved if the ulnar nerve is injured at the elbow.
-flexor carpi ulnaris
-medial half of flexor digitorum profundus
11. State the intrinsic muscles of the hand involved if the ulnar nerve injured at the wrist.
-3rd and 4th lumbricals
-4 dorsal interossei
-4 palmar interossei
10. State the muscles of the forearm involved if the median nerve injured at the elbow.
-flexor carpi radialis
-flexor pollicis longus.
-lateral half of flexor digitorum profundus
11. State the intrinsic muscles of the hand involved if the median nerve is injured at the wrist.
-1st and 2nd lumbricals
Okeh, this is not good!
(running around the room, panicking)