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1. Describe brachial plexus in terms of:a. Roots, trunks, divisions, cords and branchesb. Pathway c. Motor distributiond. Sensory distribution2. Describe the arterial and venous circulation of the upper extremity in terms of:a. Vesselsb. Pathway c. Distributiond. Function3. Describe the lymphatic circulation of the upper extremity.Materials to bring and use:1. Wires or strings of different colors (at least 5 colors)2. Colored pens (water-based or non-permanent so that the ink can be easily washed)3. Masking or transparent tapeUniform1. Kinesiology suits for females2. Sleeveless shirts for males
_____________________________________________________________________________________ I. The Brachial PlexusA. Component
of the brachial plexus – the brachial plexus is made up of 5 nerveroots. Name them1. _______ 2. _______ 3. _______ 4. _______ 5. _______ B. Parts of the brachial plexus1. The 5 nerve roots combine to form
. What are they?a.___________________ b.___________________ c.___________________ 2. Each trunk divides into 2
(total of six). The anterior divisions and the posteriordivisions. These divisions will then combine to form the
.Fill in the blanks below.a.Two anterior divisions combine to form the ________________ cord.b.The remaining anterior division will continue as the _________ cord.c.The three posterior divisions will combine to form the ________ cord.3. The five
of the brachial plexus arise from the cords. The majorbranches are listed below. Indicate from which branch they come from.