Deep branch of ulnar nerve
|Nerve: Deep branch of ulnar nerve|
|Superficial palmar nerves. (Deep branch of ulnar labeled at center right.)|
|Latin||ramus profundus nervi ulnaris|
|Gray's||subject #210 942|
|Innervates||Dorsal interossei, Palmar interossei, lumbricals #3 and 4|
|From||palmar branch of ulnar nerve|
At its origin it supplies the hypothenar muscles.
It also sends articular filaments to the wrist-joint.
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Nerves of upper limbs (primarily): the brachial plexus (C5-T1)
|Supraclavicular||root (dorsal scapular, long thoracic) - upper trunk (suprascapular, to the subclavius)|
|Infraclavicular: lateral cord||lateral pectoral median/lateral root: anterior interosseous - palmar - recurrent - common palmar digital (proper palmar digital)|
|Infraclavicular: medial cord||medial pectoral median/medial root: see above|
|Infraclavicular: posterior cord||subscapular (upper, lower) • thoracodorsal radial: muscular - cutaneous (posterior of arm, inferior lateral of arm, posterior of forearm) - superficial (dorsal digital nerves) - deep (posterior interosseous)|
|Other||cutaneous innervation of the upper limbs|
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