Musculocutaneous Nerve

The musculocutaneous nerve in the arm is formed by splitting the brachial plexus at the inside border of the pectoral muscles into two branches. These branches continue to split as they run down through the upper arm, forearm, and into the wrist and hand. In the leg, the superficial peroneal nerve (also called musculocutaneous nerve) passes between the peronei and the extensor digitorum longus, pierces the deep tissues of the lower third of the leg, and divides into a medial and intermediate ...

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    Full Musculocutaneous Nerve Description

    [Continued from above] . . . dorsal cutaneous nerve.