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AAEM minimonograph #2: important anomalous innervations of the extremities.

Muscle & Nerve 1993 April
Anomalous innervations of the extremities are common and influence the interpretation of electrophysiologic studies in normal patients and those with peripheral nerve lesions. The following anomalous innervations are reviewed: median to ulnar nerve communication; ulnar to median nerve communication; variations in the innervation of intrinsic muscles of the hand; accessory deep peroneal nerve; and tibial to peroneal nerve communication. The electrophysiologic recognition of these anomalies and the manner in which they affect the interpretation of electrodiagnostic studies in various conditions is emphasized.

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