DIAG 2740 Chapter 9 Oultine

DIAG 2740 Chapter 9 Oultine - Chapter 9 Cervical Plexus...

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Chapter 9 Cervical Plexus Components: Innervation Sensory area C2, C3, C4 Brachial Plexus Roots: Long Thoracic Nerve innervates: Three Trunks Upper Trunk Roots: 1. 2. 3. Middle trunk Lower Trunk Divisions Anterior Posterior Cords arise from divisions (labeled relative to subclavian artery) Posterior cord arises the posterior divisions Lateral cord 1 branch Medial cord 3 branches
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The Big 5 Branches 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Lumbosacral Plexus L1 gives rise to- Sensory to L1 gives rise to- Sensory to These are often cut during abdominal surgery L1 and L2 gives rise to the Sensory Motor L2,3,4 anterior divisions combine 2 nerves
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L2 and L3 posterior divisions L4, L5, S1 anterior divisions L4, L5, S1, S2 anterior divisions S1, S2, S3 posterior divisions S2, S3, S4 anterior divisions Plexus and Peripheral Nerve Injury Long Thoracic nerve injury Upper trunk of brachial plexus injury Called: Appearance: Middle trunk brachial plexus injury Lower trunk brachial plexus injury Called: Causes: Signs:
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DIAG 2740 Chapter 9 Oultine - Chapter 9 Cervical Plexus...

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