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Pectoralis major
(reflected)
Latissimus dorsi
Medial intermuscular
septum
Common flexor
tendon
A
B
Fig. 7.15 (A) The SFAL connects from the medial humerus down the medial intermuscular septum to the medial humeral epicondyle on
the inner side of the elbow. (B) A dissection of the entire SFAL intact as one myofascial meridian.
Flexor carpi
radialis
Flexor digitorum
profundus
Flexor pollicis
longus
Flexor pollicis
longus
Flexor
digitorum
superficialis
Flexor
carpi ulnaris
Palmaris
longus
Fig. 7.16 Many of the hand and wrist flexors originate from the
medial epicondyle (A), but even those that do not are part of the
SFAL (B).
Fig. 7.17 The SFAL passes through the carpal tunnel and out onto
the palmar surface of the hand and fingers.
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