Anterior Interosseus Nerve

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Introduction

The anterior interosseous nerve, also known as the volar interosseous nerve, is a motor branch that comes off of the median nerve in the proximal forearm. Compression of this nerve can occur at various sites along its course in the forearm.

Structure & Origin

Course

Branches & Supply

Relations

Anatomical Variants

Clinical Significance

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