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The nerve powers almost all of the small muscles in the hand including the hypothenar muscles, the lumbricals to the ring and small finger, the palmar and dorsal interossei muscles, the adductor pollicus, and the deep head of the flexor pollicus brevis.

Anatomy of the Hand and Wrist: Bones, Muscles, Tendons, Nerves. The wrist links the hand to the arm. The wrist is a complex mechanical system of 8 small bones known as the carpal bones. The carpal bones are arranged in 2 interrelated rows. One row connects with the ends of the bones in the forearm— radius and ulna.

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