Anatomy vessels and nerves to the thoracic limb.txt

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Anatomy vessels and nerves to the thoracic limb.txt
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Vessels and nerves of the thoracic limb
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  1. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the Lateral muscles of the scapula and the shoulder? (The Supraspinatus an dthe Infraspinatus)
    • Aterial: Superfical cervical
    • Nerve: Suprascapular
  2. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the Caudal muscles of the scapula and the shoulder? ( The Deltoideus, teres major, teres minor)
    • A: Subscapular
    • N: Axillary
  3. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the cranial muscles of the arm? (Biceps brachii and brachialis)
    • A: Superficial Cervical, Axillary, brachial
    • N: Musculocutaneous
  4. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the caudal muscles of the arm? (Triceps brachii)
    • A: Brachial, axillary
    • N: Radial
  5. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the cranial muscles of the forearm? (Carpal extensors and digital extensors)
    • A: Brachial, common interosseous
    • N: Radial
  6. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the caudal muscles of the forearm? (carpal flexors and digital flexors)
    • A: Brachial, common interosseous, deep antebrachial
    • N: Median and Ulnar
  7. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the dorsal surface of the paw?
    • A: Supeficial brachial, dorsal carpa rete
    • N: Radial
  8. What is the arterial blood supply and nerve supply to the palmar surface of the paw?
    • A: Median, caudal interosseous
    • N: Median and ulnar

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