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EMQ: 26

Nerve Lesions

a)      Radial nerve

b)      Obturator nerve

c)      Axillary nerve

d)      Femoral nerve

e)      Median nerve

f)        Tibial nerve

g)      Ulnar nerve

h)      Common peroneal nerve

i)       Musculocutaneous nerve

j)        Sciatic nerve

1) A patient presents with weakness of shoulder abduction. There is a small area of anaesthesia over the lower part of the deltoid

2) A patient presents with weakness of knee extension and wasting of the quadriceps muscle. There is loss of the knee jerk. There is sensory loss over the front of the thigh and medial aspect of the lower leg as far as the medial malleolus.

3) A patient presents with weakness of the biceps, coracobrachialis and brachialis. There is sensory loss over the lateral aspect of the forearm

4) A patient presents with wasting and weakness of the muscles of the lateral part of the thenar eminence. There is loss of sensation over the lateral three and a half fingers. Tinelís sign is positive

5) A patient presents with wasting and weakness of the small muscles of the hand except the muscles of the lateral part of the thenar eminence. There is sensory loss over the medial one and a half fingers.

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