Palmar interossei muscles - Wikipedia - Abduct and adduct fingers and thumb

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The palmar interosseous muscles. In human anatomy, the palmar or volar interossei are three small, unipennate muscles in the The palmar interosseous muscles adduct the fingers towards the middle finger. This is in contrast to the dorsal interossei, which abduct the fingers away from the middle finger. In addition (like dorsal interossei) they flex the finger.

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By Kektilar - 17:58
The muscles of the thumb are nine skeletal muscles located in the hand and forearm. The muscles allow for flexion, extension, adduction, abduction and opposition of the thumb. The abductor brings the thumb away from the other four fingers. The flexor pollicis brevis, which lies next to the abductor, will flex the thumb.
By Vusida - 11:31
Adduction of the little finger is performed by the interosseous and abduction by the hypothenar muscles. Both groups of the muscles are innervated by the ulnar​.
By Douktilar - 03:11
The Wrist (Flexion and extension, plus Adduction and abduction) optimises the position of the hand for action. 1. Usually extended when away from the body but​.

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