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|Nerve: Nerve to the subclavius|
|Plan of brachial plexus. (Nerve to subclavius labeled at top center.)|
|The right brachial plexus with its short branches, viewed from in front.|
|Gray's||subject #210 933|
The Nerve to the Subclavius (or subclavian nerve) is a small filament, which arises from the point of junction of the fifth and sixth cervical nerves; it descends to the muscle in front of the third part of the subclavian artery and the lower trunk of the plexus, and is usually connected by a filament with the phrenic nerve.
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|Nerves of upper limbs (primarily): the brachial plexus|
| supraclavicular: dorsal scapular - suprascapular - to the subclavius - long thoracic
posterior cord: subscapular (upper, lower) - thoracodorsal - axillary (superior lateral cutaneous of arm) - radial (muscular, inferior lateral cutaneous of arm, posterior cutaneous of arm, posterior cutaneous of forearm, superficial branch, deep branch, posterior interosseous)
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