Abductor minimi digiti muscle (hand)

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Abductor minimi digiti muscle (hand)
The muscles of the left hand. Palmar surface. (Abductor digiti quinti visible at center left.)
Latin musculus abductor digiti minimi manus
Gray's subject #126 463
Origin pisiform
Insertion    base of the proximal phalanx of the 5th digit on the ulnar or medial side
Artery: ulnar artery
Nerve: deep branch of ulnar nerve
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For the muscle of the foot, see Abductor minimi digiti muscle (foot)

The Abductor minimi digiti (Abductor digiti quinti) is situated on the ulnar border of the palm of the hand.

It arises from the pisiform bone and from the tendon of the Flexor carpi ulnaris, and ends in a flat tendon, which divides into two slips; one is inserted into the ulnar side of the base of the first phalanx of the little finger; the other into the ulnar border of the aponeurosis of the Extensor digiti quinti proprius.

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