Extensor digitorum muscle Origin	lateral epicondyle (common extensor tendon) Insertion	extensor expansion of middle and distal phalanges of the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th fingers[1] Artery	posterior interosseous artery Nerve	radial nerve Actions	extension of hand, wrist and fingers Antagonist	Flexor digitorum superficialis muscle, Flexor digitorum profundus muscle

Extensor carpi ulnaris ORIGINATES from the lateral epicondyle of the humerus and posterior border of the ulna, and crosses the forearm to the ulnar (medial) side to INSERT at the base of the metacarpal. It extends the wrist, but when acting alon

Extensor Digitorum: Origin - lateral epicondyle of humerus. Insertion - extensor expansions of medial four digits. Action - extends medial four digits at metacarpophalangeal joints, extends hand at wrist joints.

Extensor Digitorum: Origin - lateral epicondyle of humerus. Insertion - extensor expansions of medial four digits. Action - extends medial four digits at metacarpophalangeal joints, extends hand at wrist joints.

Drawing of the hand and wrist, circa 1900 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

smallequals: Drawing of the hand and wrist, circa 1900 By Elisa Schorn. From the anatomical literature and drawings collection at Heidelberg University. such a better picture of some of the hand and wrist muscles.

Extensor Digitorum | The Trigger Point & Referred Pain Guide

Related trigger point and referred pain diagrams for Earaches/Tinnitus (Ringing)/Itch. Relevant primary and secondary muscles are shown.

Extensor Digitorum Longus Muscle

The Extensor Digitorum Longus muscle contribute to pain in the top of the foot and can extend into the ankle and slightly up the front of the lower leg.

Muscular Anatomy:  Learn what muscles you use when you exercise!

Muscular Anatomy: Learn what muscles you use when you exercise! good reminder for me not to forget the muscles names

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