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As the nerve runs distally, it crosses the elbow joint and pierces the flexor carpi
ulnaris muscle to gain entrance to the forearm. The ulnar nerve may be injured
secondary to supracondylar or epicondylar fracture or by direct trauma. However
WRIST FLEXION-C7 Primary Flexors: 1 ) Flexor carpi radialis median nerve, C7 2
) Flexor carpi ulnaris ulnar nerve, C8 (Tl) The flexor carpi radialis is the more
effective of the two flexors, although the flexor carpi ulnaris is important in that it ...
Wrist Flexor Group: C7, Median and Ulnar Nerves The wrist flexor group is
composed of two muscles: (1) the flexor carpi radialis (median nerve), and (2) the
flexor carpi ulnaris (ulnar nerve). The flexor carpi radialis (C7) is the more
important of ...
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