Nerve Injuries

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Can you name the nerves and motor deficits resulting from these injuries?

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Injured nerveOpposition of thumb, lateral finger flexion, wrist flexion
Causal injuryMedial finger flexion, wrist flexion
Injured nerveCan't jump, climb stairs or rise from seated position
Injured nerveThigh flexion and leg extension
Injured nerveFinger abduction and adduction, 4th/5th digit extension
Causal injuryFlexion of arm at elbow
Causal injuryCan't jump, climb stairs or rise from seated position
Injured nerveFlexion of arm at elbow
Causal injuryFoot inversion and plantarflexion, toe flexion
Causal injuryOpposition of thumb, lateral finger flexion, wrist flexion
Injured nerveMedial finger flexion, wrist flexion
Causal injuryFinger abduction and adduction, 4th/5th digit extension
Injured nerveArm abduction at shoulder
InjuryDeficitHint
Injured nerveLateral finger flexion, wrist flexion
Causal injuryThigh adduction
Injured nerveFoot eversion and dorsiflexion, toe extension
Injured nerveFoot inversion and plantarflexion, toe flexion
Causal injuryFoot eversion and dorsiflexion, toe extension
Injured nerveThigh adduction
Causal injuryThigh abduction (positive Trendelenberg)
Causal injuryWrist extension, finger extension at MCP, supination, thumb extension/abduction
Injured nerveWrist extension, finger extension at MCP, supination, thumb extension/abduction
Causal injuryArm abduction at shoulder
Causal injuryLateral finger flexion, wrist flexion
Injured nerveThigh abduction (positive Trendelenberg)
Causal injuryThigh flexion and leg extension

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