ANAT 2647 Lab Midterm Review - With Images

ANAT 2647 Lab Midterm Review - With Images - Inf Gluteal...

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E. Spinal Cord e. 1 st Rib 2. Cervical Plexus 3. Brachial Plexus
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Dorsal Root Ganglion Dorsal Root Ventral Root Dentate Ligament Dura Mater Ventral Rootlets Mixed Spinal Nerve Pia Mater Arachnoid mater Sub Arachnoid Space Dura mater
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Lumbar Plexus Filum Terminale Lumbar Cistern Cauda Equina Subcostal Iliohypogatsric Lat. Femoral Cut. Genitofemoral Ilioingunial Conus Medullaris Dural Sac
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Lat. Femoral Cut. Femoral Obtutrator Lumbosacral trunk
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Sacral Plexus Siatic Post. Femoral Cut. Pudendal
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Arachnoid Mater Arachnoid Trabeculae Dura Mater Dural Sleeve Pia Mater Dentate Ligament Dorsal Root Ventral Root Ventral Rootlets Dorsal Rootlets DRG Spinal Nerve Dorsal & ventral Primary Rami Subarachnoid Space
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Iliohypogatsric Ilioinguinal Genitofemoral Femoral Posterior div Obtutrator anterior div Lumbosacral trunk
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Common Peroneal of Sciatic Tibal of sciatic
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Sup Gluteal
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Unformatted text preview: Inf Gluteal Pudedal Brachial Plexus lower subscapularis Axillary musculocutaneous Radial Medial cut nerve of forearm Axillary Radial Post AnteBrachial Cut Post Brachial Cut Posterior Brachial cutaneous Ulnar Medial cut nerve of forearm Median Ulnar Median Ant interoseous Superficial radial Superficial radial Deep radial ulnar Ant interoseous median Not shown: Common Digital nerves (ulnar & median branches) Proper Digital nerves ulnar Deep ulnar Superficial ulnar median Common digital n. Palmar Ulnar Dorsal ulnar Superficial radail Dorsal digital n Deep peroneal Superficial peroneal Sural sural Tibial nerve gives off Med and lat Plantar obturator S2 S4 S3 S1 Lumbosacral trunk Superior gluteal artery Inferior gluteal artery femoral saphenous siatic Inferior Gluteal nerve Gluteus Minimus Piriformis tibial Common peroneal Superficial peroneal Deep peroneal...
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This note was uploaded on 11/23/2011 for the course ANAT 2647 taught by Professor Ronaldg.mayne during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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ANAT 2647 Lab Midterm Review - With Images - Inf Gluteal...

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