Proper palmar digital nerves of ulnar nerve
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|Proper palmar digital nerves of ulnar nerve|
Superficial palmar nerves.
Diagram of segmental distribution of the cutaneous nerves of the right upper extremity.
|From||common palmar digital nerves of ulnar nerve|
|Latin||nervi digitales palmares proprii nervi ulnaris|
|Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy|
The proper palmar digital nerves of ulnar nerve are nerves of the hand. The superficial branch of the ulnar nerve divides into a proper palmar digital nerve which supplies the medial side of the fifth digit and a common palmar digital nerve which divides into two proper palmar digital nerves that supply the adjacent sides of the fourth and fifth digits.
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