It supplies the flexor digitorum profundus
muscles of the thumb and index finger and occasionally the middle finger.
Motor Strength -Subject 19 had 4/5 strength right flexor pollicis longus and flexor digitorum profundus
digit 2 (anterior interosseous nerve); subject 24 had 4/5 strength left elbow extensors, left wrist extensors, left wrist flexors, and left abductor pollicis brevis; subject 30 had 4/5 strength left/right shoulder abduction and 4/5 strength left abductor digiti minimi (ADM); and subject 39 had 4/5 strength left/right ADM.
parmaklarin distal 10-25 100-125 digitorum interfalangeal eklem profundus
fleksiyonu Flexor pollicis Basparmak interfalangeal 10-20 100 longus eklem fleksiyonu Extensor 2-5.
Occurrence of Barbus profundus
Greenwood 1970 (Telostei: Cyprinidae) in mid-water in Lake Victoria.
There are four tendons of the flexor digitorum superficialis muscle going to fingers 2-5, responsible for flexing the middle joint of the fingers (Figure 1A), four tendons of the flexor digitorum profundus
muscle also going to fingers 2-5 responsible for flexing the distal joint of the fingers (Figure 1B), and one tendon from the flexor pollicus longus muscle going to the thumb to flex the thumb (Figure 1C).
More recently, a relationship has been demonstrated between the onset of vitellogenesis and the sinking of phytodetrital matter in Leucon profundus
, an abyssal cumacean, also from the Rockall Trough (Bishop & Shalla 1994).
On examination, her injuries included complex volar hand lacerations measuring up to 20 cm involving the flexor digitorum superficialis and flexor digitorum profundus
, a zone II avulsion of the ring finger and zone III avulsion of the small finger on the ipsilateral hand.
pelvicus muscle on dorsomedial aspect of pelvic, abductor superficialis on lateral aspect.
extensor and flexor pollicis longi muscles, extensor digitorum comminis, flexor digitorum profundus
, and abductor and adductor pollicis brevi) (70).
(LP) is an uncommon but distinct subset of systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE).
For all his curmudgeonly wrath, however, Hill remains better at praise than blame, even if his tributes and accolades--they range from figures as disparate as Petrarch, Leopardi, and Montale (to cite only the Italians), to the German opponents of National Socialism, including Carlo Micrendorff and the conspirators against Hitler, to medieval English mystics and theologians, such as the Doctor Profundus
Thomas Bradwardine--threaten more than once to overwhelm the wiry but delicate lyric voice that gives the book its unifying grace.