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Figure C-1.

Motor and sensory levels of the spinal cord. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-2.

The cervical plexus. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-3.

The brachial plexus. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-4.

The median nerve (C6-C8; T1). (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-5.

The radial nerve (C6-C8; T1). (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-6.

The ulnar nerve (C8, T1). (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-7.

Musculocutaneous (C5, C6) and axillary (C5, C6) nerves. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-8.

Segmental innervation of the right upper extremity, anterior view. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-9.

Segmental innervation of the right upper extremity, posterior view. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-10.

The lumbar plexus. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-11.

The sacral plexus. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-12.

The pudendal and coccygeal plexuses. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill LLC. All rights reserved.)

Figure C-13.

The femoral (L2-L4) and obturator (L2-L4) nerves. (Reproduced with permission from Waxman SG. Clinical Neuroanatomy, 27th ed. 2013. Copyright © McGraw Hill ...

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