Where Are The Nerves Of The Shoulder?


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The shoulder nerves usually are distributed all throughout the upper arms mainly near the posterior shoulder region. The two vital nerves around the shoulder are the axillary nerves.

The axillary nerve basically is a nerve found in the human body, which comes off the posterior cord of the brachial plexus at the point of the axilla and transmits nerve fibres from C5 and C6. The axillary nerve passes through the quandrangular space with the posterial diacritical humeral artery and vein.

It provides two muscles, deltoid and teres minor. The axillary nerves even supply sensory information from the shoulder joint, and the skin covering to the lower section of the deltoid muscle. Generally when the axillary nerve separates from the posterior cord, the continuance of the cord is the radial nerve.

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