Last Modified: 2014-08-22
- flexor pollicis longus
- pronator quadratus
- the radial half of flexor digitorum profundus (the lateral two out of the four tendons).
flex. dig. profundus (4 tendons)
flex. pollicis longus (tendon)
2.inflammation of common synovial sheath due to infection or repeated abrasion
sensory loss and motor deficit in thenar muscles
1.origin (2 heads)
3.insertion (3 spots)
3. 1) pisiform bone
2) hook of hamate
3) 5th metacarpal
4.flexes and adducts wrist
5.only innervated by ulnar nerve in anterior compartment
3.base of 2nd metacarpal
4.flexes and abducts hand at the wrist
4.flexes fingers at interphalangeal joints (weak wrist flexor)
2) adduct arm
3) stabilizes glenohumeral joint
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