Upper Extremity Neuroanatomy

Upper Extremity Neuroanatomy The simplest level of understanding upper extremity neuroanatomy is knowing the basic connections between cervical roots and gross function shoulder and elbow movement wrist extension finger extensi

  • Title: Upper Extremity Neuroanatomy
  • Author: David P. Nichols
  • ISBN: 9789057025303
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • The simplest level of understanding upper extremity neuroanatomy is knowing the basic connections between cervical roots and gross function shoulder and elbow movement, wrist extension, finger extension, finger flexion, and intrinsic muscle function However, the clinician needs deeper anatomical insight before being able to accurately locate nerve damage.This unique textThe simplest level of understanding upper extremity neuroanatomy is knowing the basic connections between cervical roots and gross function shoulder and elbow movement, wrist extension, finger extension, finger flexion, and intrinsic muscle function However, the clinician needs deeper anatomical insight before being able to accurately locate nerve damage.This unique text s method for teaching the reader about upper extremity neuroanatomical structures is as follows it divides the anatomical structures into manageable, bite size pieces provides text identification of the structures with high quality photos or illustrations connects structures with their innervations and immediately tests the reader s recall of the material by presenting a brief real life case example with an accompanying question.

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