Deep branch of ulnar nerve
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|Deep branch of ulnar nerve|
Superficial palmar nerves. (Deep branch of ulnar labeled at center right.)
|From||palmar branch of ulnar nerve|
|Innervates||Dorsal interossei, Palmar interossei, lumbricals #3 and 4, Adductor Pollicis, Hypothenar eminence|
|Latin||ramus profundus nervi ulnaris|
|Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy|
It is accompanied by the deep palmar branch of ulnar artery.
Innervation and termination
At its origin it innervates the hypothenar muscles.
It also sends articular filaments to the wrist-joint (following the hilton's law)
- lesson5nervesofhand at The Anatomy Lesson by Wesley Norman (Georgetown University)
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