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Radial Nerve in Forearm and Hand Anatomy

Radial Nerve in Forearm and Hand Anatomy
Radial nerve (C5, 6, 7, 8, T1) Inconstant contribution, Superficial branch, Deep branch, Lateral epicondyle of humerus, Anconeus muscle, Brachioradialis muscle, Extensor carpi radialis longus muscle, Supinator muscle, Extensor carpi radialis brevis muscle, Extensor carpi ulnaris muscle, Extensor digitorum muscle and extensor digiti minimi muscle, 

Extensor indicis muscle, Extensor pollicis longus muscle, Abductor pollicis longus muscle, Extensor pollicis brevis muscle, Posterior interosseous nerve (continuation of deep branch of radial nerve distal to inferior border of supinator muscle), Superficial branch of radial nerve, From axillary nerve, Superior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve, From radial nerve, Inferior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve, Superficial branch of radial nerve and dorsal digital branches, Posterior brachial cutaneous nerve, Posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve, Cutaneous innervation from radial and axillary nerves, Dorsal digital branches.
Radial Nerve in Forearm and Hand Anatomy

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