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What are names of the carpal bones?
Proximal:
1. SCAPHOID
2. LUNATE
3. TRIQUETRUM
4. PISIFORM
Distal:
5. TRAPEZIUM
6. TRAPEZOID
7. CAPITATE
8. HAMATE
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Name the joints of the thumb.
MP: Metacarpophalangeal
IP: Interphalangeal
Name the joints of the fingers.
MP: Metacarpophalangeal
PIP: Proximal Interphalangeal
DIP: Distal InterPhalangeal
What Innervates ABDUCTOR POLLICIS BREVIS and FLEXOR POLLICIS BREVIS?
Recurrent branch of MEDIAN NERVE.
What nerve runs through the carpal tunnel?
The MEDIAN NERVE
What is DEPUYTRENS CONTRACTURE?
Progressive shortening and theickening of palmar fascia in men over 50. Pulls ring and little fingers into partial flexion @ MP and PIP.
What is the FLEXOR RETINACULUM?
Ligament continuous with the TRANSVERSE CARPAL LIGAMENT. Deliminates the Carpal Tunnel.
What are the deep muscles of the palm?
OPPONENS POLLICIS
ADDUCTOR POLLICIS
OPPONENS DIGITI MINIMI
What muscles constitute the THENAR muscles?
Muscles that make up the fleshy part of the thumb:
ABDUCTOR POLLICIS BREVIS
FLEXOR POLLICIS BREVIS
OPPONENS POLLICIS
ADDUCTOR POLLICICS
All except Adductor are innervated by recurrent branch of MEDIAN NERVE.
Adductor innervated by Deep branch of ULNAR NERVE.
What muscles make up the HYPOTHENAR muscles?
Fleshy part of the heel of the hand:
ABDUCTOR DIGITI MINIMI
FLEXOR DIGITI MINIMI BREVIS
OPPONENS DIGITI MINIMI
All innervated by the ULNAR NERVE
What Innervates the LUMBRICALS?
LUMBRICALS 1&2: MEDIAN NERVE
LUMBRICALS 3&4: Deep branch of ULNAR NERVE
What are the differences between the PALMAR INTEROSSEOUS MUSCLES and the DORSAL INTEROSSEOUS MUSCLES?
Palmar: Unipennate, smaller, 3 (none on middle finger), ADducts digits (PAD)
Dorsal: Bipennate, larger, 4, ABducts digits (DAB)
What are the two Palmar arches?
Superficial Palmar Arch: Mainly from ULNAR ARTERY
Deep Palmar Arch: Mainly from RADIAL ARTERY
What derives from the superficial palmar arch?
COMMON PALMAR DIGITAL ARTERY >> PROPER PALMAR DIGITAL ARTERY
What are the terminal branches of the ULNAR and MEDIAN NERVES?
COMMON DIGITAL BRANCH >> PROPER DIGITAL BRANCH
What does the MEDIAN NERVE innervate in the hand?
THENAR EMINENCE
LATERAL 2 LUMBRICALS
What does the ULNAR NERVE Innervate in the hand?
HYPOTHENAR EMINENCE
ADDUCTOR POLLICIS
MEDIAL 2 LUMBRICALS
ALL INTEROSSEI
What does the RADIAL NERVE Innervate in the hand?
Trick Question! Does not supply any hand muscles. Some cutaneous innervation through superficial branch.
What is cut in a 'separated shoulder'?
ACROMIOCLAVICULAR LIGAMENT