1. What is the name of the nerve labeled "A"1?Name at least one skeletal muscle it innervates.2.The Obtruator nerve originates from what plexus?Name at least one skeletal muscle it innervates.3.Cranial nerve that innervates the Trapezius muscle?(name AND number)4. What is the area of the brain labeled "A"What is one function of that area?5.What part of the brain regulates the activity of the Pituitary gland?

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1. What is the name of the nerve labeled "A"1?
Name at least one skeletal muscle it innervates.
2.
The Obtruator nerve originates from what plexus?
Name at least one skeletal muscle it innervates.
3.
Cranial nerve that innervates the Trapezius muscle?
(name AND number)
4. What is the area of the brain labeled "A"
What is one function of that area?
5.
What part of the brain regulates the activity of the Pituitary gland?
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1. What is the name of the nerve labeled "A"1? Name at least one skeletal muscle it innervates. 2. The Obtruator nerve originates from what plexus? Name at least one skeletal muscle it innervates. 3. Cranial nerve that innervates the Trapezius muscle? (name AND number) 4. What is the area of the brain labeled "A" What is one function of that area? 5. What part of the brain regulates the activity of the Pituitary gland?

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The spinal nerve after exiting from intervertebral foramen became split into two primary branches known as anterior and posterior rami. Anterior ramus forms the nerve plexus. The network of the interweaving anterior rami of spinal nerves is known as nerve plexus. Nerve plexus helps in the transmission of the signals from the spinal cord. It is divided into various types of cervical, brachial, lumbar, and sacral plexuses.

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The name of the nerve that is labeled as “A” in the given figure of the arm is the ulnar nerve.

The ulnar nerve descends along with the medial side of the forearm. The ulnar nerve starts in the neck and descends through the shoulde...

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