A Flexion and extension B Flexion but not extension C Supination D Pronation E

A flexion and extension b flexion but not extension c

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A.Flexion and extension B.Flexion but not extension C.Supination D.Pronation E.Abduction and adduction 19.Which one of the following structures is located posterior to the medial epicondyle of the humerus?
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Page 7 of 1320.A patient has a nerve injury causing paralysis of the flexor carpi radialis muscle. Which of the following statements regarding this patient is CORRECT? 21.A patient fractures the medial epicondyle, resulting in a nerve injury. Which of the following actions will be the most weakas a result of the nerve injury? 22.Muscles in the anterior compartment of the forearm A.originate from the lateral epicondyle B.are innervated by either the median or radial nerves C.include extensors and supinators D.include flexors and pronators E.are innervated by spinal nerves originating from the T2through T8segments of the spinal cord 23.At the radiocarpal joint, the radius articulates with the 24.During surgical repair of carpal tunnel syndrome, the recurrent branch of the median nerve is inadvertently severed. This patient will be UNABLEto
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Page 8 of 1325.The palmar interossei 26.Which pelvic structure is used as the landmark for the L4vertebral spine during a lumbar puncture? A.Anterior superior iliac spine B.Pubic symphysis C.Ischial spine D.Ischial tuberosity E.None of the above 27.You are describing the pelvic outlet to a pregnant woman. You tell her that her baby’s head must pass through this space, which is bounded by all of the following structures EXCEPTthe 28.The pudendal nerve 29.In your first clinical rotation of nursing school, you are asked to insert a catheter into the urethra. You stare at the anatomy of your patient’s perineum, and remember that the
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  • Spring '08
  • Dr.Gross
  • Brachial plexus, Muscles of the upper limb, Ulnar nerve, nerve fibers, nerve injury

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