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Upper limb



By Fatima Qamar

Topics you must cover:

HAND 
  • Flexor extensor retinaculum
  •  structures passing through them.
  •  Muscle tables
  • arches
  • arteries & branches
  • median/ulnar nerves 
  • their area of supply 
  • dual supplies
  • and their injury clinicals 
  • e.g ape thumb etc
  • bursas,sheaths
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • ulnar claw hand
  • wrist joint
  • palmar aponeurosis
  • actions of hand muscle
  • Spaces

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