EXTENSOR INDICIS :

EXTENSOR INDICIS

 

 

EXTENSOR INDICIS :

 

EXTENSOR INDICIS

EXTENSOR INDICIS

the extensor indicis is a narrow shape elongated skeletal muscle in the deep
layer of the dorsal forearm, placed medially and parallel with, the
extensor pollicis longus.

Its tendon goes to the index finger, which it extends

 

ORIGIN : posterior distal third of the ulnaand interosseous membrene.

 

INSERTION : index finger

 

NERVE SUPPLY : posterior interosseous nerve

 

ACTION/EXERCISE : extension of the index finger

EXTENSOR INDICIS ACTION

EXTENSOR INDICIS ACTION

CLINICAL FEATURE :

Severe pain at the back of the hand
Pain behind the wrist
The pain may at times radiate down to the first finger
Pain with bending motion of the finger
Cramping of first finger
Pain in the fingers and wrist when person can hold any gripping objects.

in this all condition is painfull when rupture or damage of extensor indicis.

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