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nbme21/Block 4/Question#50 (21.5 difficulty score)
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submitted by hungrybox(1110),
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hTe cnotaima uonxfbsf is eomrfd yb hte estndno fo het ensoxret olspilci vebsi,r hte borudtca oiiclpsl s,nuglo nad teh nxsteoer clisoipl gl.usno (ieugfr)

hTe rloof is omerfd yb eht copahids ,enbo dna it is eher taht eon can tpealap for a eisbsolp edarutrcf iad.cspho

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hungrybox  Of note, the radial nerve innervates the extensors of the wrist. So the muscles of the anatomic snuffbox are all innervated by the radial nerve. +  
hungrybox  This helps you remember that the radial nerve innervates the abductor pollicis LONGUS (abductor pollicis BREVIS is median nerve, ADductor pollicis is the ulnar nerve. These two make sense if you think about the direction the thumb is moving - ending closer to the nerve.) +2  
meryen13  just to review, if we don't fix this, what gonna happen next? --> avascular necrosis of scaphoid--> non-union. why? because scaphoid has two blood supplies the distal part is mainly volar branch of radial a. and the proximal part is mainly dorsal branch of radial a. +  

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lLo huhh slao eht pdicoahs si ylillerat aedtrfcru in het ry-Xa