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The nerve must be palpated with a gentle touch or the patient will experience
pinprick- like shocks down the forearm and into the ulnar distribution of his hand.
The ulnar nerve is popularly known as the "funny bone" because of this tingling.
This support will prevent the substitution of shoulder adduction and external
rotation for forearm supination. Place the thenar eminence of your resisting hand
upon the dorsal surface of the patient's radius (at the distal end), and wrap your ...
Sensation Testing Sensation around the elbow joint is controlled by four different
nerve supplies: 1 ) C5— lateral arm sensory branches of the axillary nerve 2 ) C6
— lateral forearm sensory branches of the musculocutaneous nerve 3 ) C8— ...
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