Muscles of the Hand (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Muscles of the Hand (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub

Hello, everyone. This is Joao from Kenhub
and welcome to another anatomy tutorial where this time we’re going to be talking about
the muscles of your hands, specifically about the muscles or the intrinsic muscles of the
hand as you can see here on this image. So as you notice here on this image, we just
strip all the skin, fat, and a lot of other tissues to just leave the bones and muscles
and a lot of the ligaments that you can see. And notice that we’re looking from a palmar
view of the hand. On this tutorial, we’re going to be describing
all of these muscles including their attachment points, innervation, and functions. First point I would like to mention is that
the intrinsic muscles of the hand, they can be divided into five groups specifically – the
dorsal interossei, the palmar interossei, the lumbricals, the hypothenar, and the thenar
muscles. Keep in mind that the first three… Hey guys, as you can see, this video is a
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One Reply to “Muscles of the Hand (preview) – Human Anatomy | Kenhub”

  1. Hi everyone! Hope you enjoyed watching our preview video on the muscles of the hand! Please let us know what you would like us to cover on the next videos. Are you ready to learn more? Check out our free article on the lumbrical muscles of the hand here:

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