Lab 3 part 5

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  1. most of the muscles on the posterior forearm that extend the wrist and fingers originate in a common tendon that is attached to the ______.
    lateral epicondyle of the humerus
  2. moving from radial to ulnar (lateral to medial), what are the bones of the proxmial row of carpals?
    • scaphoid
    • lunate
    • triquetrum 
    • pisiform
  3. what bones are in the distal row?
    • trapezium 
    • trapezoideum 
    • capitate 
    • hamate
  4. the flexor tendons for the fingers and the median nerve pass into the hand through the ______.
    carpal tunnel
  5. the muscles that allow you to pinch are the _________.
    lumbricals
  6. how do you test for intact motor function of the ulnar, median and radial nerves?
    • ulnar-adduct and abduct the fingers
    • median- opposition of the thumb
    • radial- extension of the fingers
  7. how do you test for intact sensory function of the ulnar, median, and radial nerves?
    • ulnar- 5th finger
    • meidan- palm
    • radial- back of the hand

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