Vascular Supply Anatomy Tutorials

Region: Upper Limb

Radial Nerve

3D video anatomy tutorials on the anatomy of the radial nerve.

Radial Nerve

Median Nerve

3D video anatomy tutorials on the anatomy of the median nerve.

Median Nerve

Ulnar Nerve

3D video anatomy tutorials on the anatomy of the ulnar nerve.

Ulnar Nerve

Axillary Nerve

3D video anatomy tutorials on the anatomy of the axillary nerve.

Axillary Nerve

Cervical Plexus

3D video anatomy tutorials on the anatomy of the cervical plexus.

Cervical Plexus

Pisiform Bone

Pisiform Bone The structure indicated is the pisiform bone of the hand. There are three groups of bones in the hand: Carpal bones (8 in total) Metacarpal bones Phalanges The carpal bones are separated into two rows: Proximal row Distal row The pisiform bone is one of four bones in the proximal row of carpals (scaphoid, lunate, triquetral, pisiform). The pisiform bone is a tiny sesamoid bone located in the tendon of the flexor carpi ulnaris muscle. It articulates with the palmar surface of the triquetral bone. Learn more about the anatomy of the bones of the hand in this …

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Pisiform bone

Dorsal Interossei

Dorsal Interossei The structure indicated is the first dorsal interosseous muscle of the hand. The dorsal interossei belong to the intrinsic group of muscles which act on the hand. The intrinsic muscles include the following muscles/groups: Thenar group (act on thumb) Hypothenar group (act on little finger) Adductor pollicis Lumbricals Interossesus muscles (dorsal and palmar) Palmaris brevis All the intrinsic muscles of the hand, except the thenar muscles and the lateral two lumbrical muscles are innervated by the deep branch of the ulnar nerve. The thenar muscles and the lateral two lumbrical muscles are innervated by the median nerve.  A …

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First dorsal interosseus