- Medial pectoral nerve
Nerve: Medial pectoral nerve Nerves of the left upper extremity. (Medial anterior thoracicvisible in upper right.) Latin n. pectoralis medialis Gray's subject #210 933 Innervates pectoralis minor, pectoralis major From medial cord
It then enters the deep surface of the Pectoralis minor, where it divides into a number of branches, which supply the muscle.
Two or three branches pierce the muscle and end in the Pectoralis major.
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Nerves of upper limbs (primarily): the brachial plexus (C5–T1) (TA A14.2.03, GA 9.930) Supraclavicular Infraclavicular Other
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