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Anatomy Long thoracic nerve was cut in surgery!

During a complicated mastectomy a surgeon isolates but then transects THE LONG THORACIC NERVE after the operation the patient is neither able to push with the affected limb nor abduct it past a horizontal position.
which of following has lost its innervation?

a) deltoid
b) trapezius
c) teres minor
d) serratus anterior
e) external intercostal
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d. Serratus anterior
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d.Serratus anterior
Yup i will go with D. as well
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d) serretus anterior
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its serratus anterior
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d)serratous anterior
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serratus anterior..........
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Correct Answer Correct answer

correct answer is

SERRATUS ANTERIOR
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