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The posterior interosseous nerve Anatomy : Nerves of Upper limb

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Posterior interosseous nerve
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The posterior interosseous nerve, also known as the dorsal interosseous nerve, is the continuation of the deep branch of the radial nerve after it penetrates the supinator muscle. It carries fibres from the C7 and C8 spinal nerves, and supplies the majority of the muscles in the posterior compartment of the forearm.

Gross anatomy
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Origin
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The posterior interosseous nerve continues from the deep branch of the radial nerve and derives fibres from spinal nerve root levels C7 and C8.

Course
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After spiraling laterally around the radial head the deep branch of the radial nerve pierces and innervates the supinator muscle, becoming the posterior interosseous nerve. The posterior interosseous nerve officially originates from the deep branch of the radial nerve under the arcade of Frosche (supinator arch), a fibrous arch at the superior aspect of the supinator muscle. The nerve then runs in a fascial plane between the superficial and deep extensor muscles and eventually reaches the interosseous membrane. Along its course the posterior interosseous branch supplies motor innervation to all the muscles in the posterior compartment of the forearm, and finally provides sensory fibres to the dorsal aspect of the carpus.

Branches and supply
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The posterior interosseous nerve supplies multiple muscles, four superficial extensors and five deep extensors in the posterior compartment of the forearm. These are:

• superficial
o extensor carpi radialis brevis (ECRB): deep branch of radial nerve
o extensor digiti minimi (EDM)
o extensor carpi ulnaris (ECU)
o extensor digitorum

• deep
o supinator: deep branch of radial nerve
o extensor indicis
o abductor pollicis longus (APL)
o extensor pollicis longus (EPL)
o extensor pollicis brevis (EPB)

The posterior interosseous nerve provides sensory fibres to the dorsal aspect of the wrist capsule, arising in a separate fascicle sheath from the deep radial aspect in the fourth extensor compartment. The nerve does not provide cutaneous branches.

Relations
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The posterior interosseous nerve runs in close proximity to the posterior interosseous artery, which also passes along the posterior aspect of the interosseous membrane. The posterior interosseous artery is the principle artery supplying the middle third of the posterior compartment of the forearm. The posterior interosseous artery is eventually replaced by the anterior interosseous artery that pierces the interosseous membrane at the proximal aspect of the pronator quadratus muscle.

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