Volar aspect of right hand

Nerve supply to first lumbrical muscle

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Volar aspect of right hand
Nerve supply to first lumbrical muscle
The palmar aponeurosis has been reflected medially. A large median artery (17) enters the volar superficial arch in this specimen.
1 . Ligament of digital sheath I
2 . Adductor pollicis muscle
3 . Dorsal interosseous muscle I
4 . Proper palmar digital artery (to index finger, replacing the anterior radial index artery usually found as a branch of the deep anterior arch)
5 . Proper palmar digital nerve of median nerve
6 . Lumbrical muscle I
7 . Muscular branches of median nerve (to first lumbrical muscle)
8 . Cutaneous twigs of median nerve
9 . Palmar aponeurosis (reflected medially)
10 . Proper palmar digital nerve of median nerve
11 . Proper palmar digital nerves of ulnar nerve
12 . Ligament of digital sheath V
13 . Proper palmar digital nerves of median nerve
14 . Anterior common digital artery
15 . Flexor pollicis brevis muscle
16 . Muscular branch of median nerve (recurrent branch)
17 . Median artery (large)
18 . Transverse carpal ligament
19 . Palmaris brevis muscle
20 . Flexor digiti minimi muscle