Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy

Volar aspect of right hand

Dorsal interosseous muscles

Image #105-2

KEYWORDS: Hand and fingers, Vasculature.

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Volar aspect of right hand
Dorsal interosseous muscles
The volar interossei have been removed but the areas of origin (4) and tendons of insertion (7) of these muscles are indicated.
1 . Deep palmar arch
2 . Muscular branches of ulnar nerve (to dorsal interossei)
3 . Dorsal interosseous muscles I-IV
4 . Areas of origin of anterior interosseous muscles
5 . Area of origin of adductor pollicis muscle (transverse head)
6 . Lumbrical muscle I
7 . Anterior interosseous muscles (tendons of insertion)
8 . Lumbrical muscles II-IV
9 . Muscle with morphological similarity to anterior interossei (see 105-3)
10 . Metacarpal I
11 . Princeps pollicis artery
12 . Radial artery
13 . Flexor carpi radialis muscle (tendon of insertion)
14 . Superficial anterior branch radial artery
15 . Tubercle of trapezium bone
16 . Hamulus of hamate bone
17 . Left pointer: Deep branch of ulnar nerve Right pointer: Articular branch of deep branch of ulnar nerve
18 . Deep anterior branch ulnar artery (cut off)
19 . Anterior metacarpal artery
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