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By;
Mr. Adeel Abbas
Which is the Largest Branch of Brachial
Plexus?
Which Nerve is the Nerve of Flexor
Compartment of Forearm?
Which Nerve is the Nerve of Extensor
Compartment of Forearm?
Which Nerve is the “Eye of Hand”?
Median Nerve
Root Value?
•C5-8 & T1
Median Nerve Entrapment
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
What is it?
What is Carpal Tunnel?
What are the Causes?
• MEDIAN TRAPS
•Median Artery (Persistant).
•Edema of Pregnancy.
•Diabetes.
•Idiopathic.
•Acromegaly...
What are the Symptoms?
Pain.
Numbness.
Signs of Median Nerve Injury
Cigarette Burns
Hand of Benediction
Ape’s Hand
How You Should Manage?
Workup;
EMG / Nerve Conduction Study.
Initial Treatment;
Rest.
Wrist Splint.
NSAIDs.
Surgery...
Clinical Examination
Wash Hand.
Introduce Yourself.
Take Informed Consent.
Proper Exposure (Sleeves Rolled Up) .
Ulnar Nerve
Root Value?
•C5-7.
Signs of Ulnar Nerve Injury
Claw Hand…
Froment’s Sign…
Sever Claw Hand
Radial Nerve
Root Value?
•C5-8 & T1
Signs of Radial Nerve Injury
Thank youThank you
Upper limb nerve examination   final year mbbs lecture
Upper limb nerve examination   final year mbbs lecture
Upper limb nerve examination   final year mbbs lecture
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  1. 1. By; Mr. Adeel Abbas
  2. 2. Which is the Largest Branch of Brachial Plexus?
  3. 3. Which Nerve is the Nerve of Flexor Compartment of Forearm?
  4. 4. Which Nerve is the Nerve of Extensor Compartment of Forearm?
  5. 5. Which Nerve is the “Eye of Hand”?
  6. 6. Median Nerve Root Value? •C5-8 & T1
  7. 7. Median Nerve Entrapment
  8. 8. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome What is it? What is Carpal Tunnel?
  9. 9. What are the Causes? • MEDIAN TRAPS •Median Artery (Persistant). •Edema of Pregnancy. •Diabetes. •Idiopathic. •Acromegaly. •Neoplasm. •Thyroid (Myxedema). •Rheumatoid Arthritis. •Amyloid. •Pneumatic Drill Use. •SLE.
  10. 10. What are the Symptoms? Pain. Numbness.
  11. 11. Signs of Median Nerve Injury
  12. 12. Cigarette Burns
  13. 13. Hand of Benediction
  14. 14. Ape’s Hand
  15. 15. How You Should Manage? Workup; EMG / Nerve Conduction Study. Initial Treatment; Rest. Wrist Splint. NSAIDs. Surgery; Release Transverse Carpal Ligament.
  16. 16. Clinical Examination Wash Hand. Introduce Yourself. Take Informed Consent. Proper Exposure (Sleeves Rolled Up) .
  17. 17. Ulnar Nerve Root Value? •C5-7.
  18. 18. Signs of Ulnar Nerve Injury Claw Hand… Froment’s Sign…
  19. 19. Sever Claw Hand
  20. 20. Radial Nerve Root Value? •C5-8 & T1
  21. 21. Signs of Radial Nerve Injury
  22. 22. Thank youThank you
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