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axillary nerve: anterior shoulder dislocation. paralysis of the deltoid and teres minor muscles as well as loss of sensation over the lateral upper arm.

radial nerve: fracture of the humeral midshaft and use of improperly fitted crutches: wrist drop and sensory loss on the posterior arm, forearm and lateral dorsal hand

ulnar nerve: fracture of the medial epicondyle of the humerus or mor distally by deep lacerations of the anteror wrist.
claw hand resulting from paralysis of most of the intrinsic muscles of te hand as well as sensory loss on the dorsal and ventral medial hand

musculocutaneous nerve arises from the lateral cord of brachial plexus and innervates the biceps, brachialis and coracobrachialis muscles. it's not frequently injured by common forms of upper extremity trauma

long thoracic nerve ? serraturs anterior muscles.
deep laceraions to the axillary region and axillary lymphadenectomy are common causes of long thoracic nerve injury
scapular winging.