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Deltoid. This muscle, in conjunction with the subdeltoid bursa and the rotator cuff,
has clinical importance because of its relation to the common pathology of
bursitis. The deltoid may also become atrophic secondary to shoulder injury. Fig.
ABDUCTION Primary Abductors: 1 ) Middle portion of the deltoid axillary nerve,
C5, C6 2) Supraspinatus suprascapular nerve, C5, C6 Secondary Abductors: 1)
Anterior and posterior portions of the deltoid 2) Serratus anterior (by direct action
33) Muscle Testing The deltoid and the biceps are two muscles with C5
innervation that are easily tested. While the deltoid is innervated almost entirely
by C5, the biceps has a dual innervation, from both C5 and C6. Therefore,
evaluation of ...
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