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Post My upper limb High Yields

Advice: instead of specifically naming all the muscles, assign a function to the various compartments of the limbs, for example posterior arm= extension of the forearm and shoulder. Also list the nerves that innervate those muscles or that area for example posterior arm=radial nerve. Now get ready to damage a nerve and note what functions is lost or weakened: kaplan's advice on lecture notes.

This topic was hard on me that's why i did this.

By the way any advice on this topic please add.
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