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Unformatted text preview: nerve Muscles that move wrist, hand, and digits- located in forearm/ anterior 3 layers: Superficial, middle and deep layer= innervated by ulnar nerve or median nerve Superficial layer: -Flexor carpi radialis – innervated by median nerve – inserts onto second and third metacarpal- -Pamlaris longus – innervated by median nerve- not that important of muscle- -Flexor carpi ulnaris – innervated by ulnar nerve – inserts in hamate and 5 th metacarpal Middlelayer: -Flexor digitorum superfi – innervated by median nerve Deep layer: 2 muscles and 2 nerves that will innervate muscles -Flexor digitorum profundus – innervated by median nerve(1/2) and ulnar nerve( ½) 4 tendons, inserts on distal phalanx of digit. -Flexor pollicis longus – innervated by median nerve, inserts on distal phalanx of thumb( 2 phalanges of the thumb) -Thumb- pollex- pollicis –...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course ANATOMY 100 taught by Professor Cooper during the Spring '11 term at Saint Louis.
- Spring '11