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1.3.20 Review of blood vessels and nerves of the forearm and hand

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(2.19)

Before we move on to look at the skin of the hand, let’s briefly review what we’ve seen of the vessels and nerves.

Here’s the cephalic vein, the basilic vein, and the antecubital vein. Here’s the radial artery, in the forearm, and at the wrist; the ulnar artery in the forearm, and at the wrist; the superficial palmar arch, common digital arteries, and digital arteries, and the deep palmar arch.

Here’s the radial nerve, with its deep branch, and its superficial branch. Here’s the median nerve in the forearm, and at the wrist, with its motor branch, the common digital nerves, and digital nerves.

Here’s the ulnar nerve in the forearm, here’s its dorsal sensory branch. Here's the ulnar nerve at the wrist, with its superficial branch, and its deep branch. Here’s the distribution of the radial nerve, the median nerve, and the ulnar nerve.

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