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 It's The Function of Every Part of The Human Hand That Needs to Know

The hand is a means of motion in the human body whose function is too significant for activity. In addition, these limbs are calculated to have a fairly unique structure and different from other limbs. 

Considerable strength forms the basis of the benefits of a normal hand. Calculated hands must be coordinated to perform smooth motor tasks with precision. The structure that forms and moves the calculated hand requires precise alignment and control so that the benefits of a normal hand occur.

The absolute structure of the hands is divided into several categories, including bones and joints, ligaments and tendons, muscles, nerves, and also blood vessels. The front part, or side of the palm, is referred to as the palmar side, when the back member of the hand is called the back side. Let's know the benefits of each member of the human hand here!

Bones and Joints
Did you know that there are a total of 27 bones in the wrists and palms of human hands. The wrist consists of eight small bones called carpals. The carpal is supported by two forearm bones, the collecting bone (radius), and the cubit bone (ulna) forming the joint of the wrist. 

Meanwhile, the metacarpal is a long bone in the hand that opens up to the carpal and phalanges (finger bones). The upper part of the metacarpal forms knuckles that join with the wrist. On the side of the palm, the metacarpal is covered with pigtail tissue and there are five metacarpals that make up the palm. 

Each metacarpal opens up to the phalanges, i.e. the bones of the fingers. There are two finger bones in each thumb and three finger bones on each other, and you can see them through the fingers. 

The hinge joint that forms between the finger bone and the metacarpal triggers you to more flexibly move your fingers and grasp something. These joints are called metacarpophalangeal joints. 

Ligaments and Tendons
Ligaments are soft tissues that connect between one bone and the other bone. Ligaments are calculated to stabilize the joints of the hands. There are two absolute structures called collateral ligaments, they can be found on both sides of each finger and thumb joint. Its function is to prevent abnormal side bending from each finger joint.

Meanwhile, tendons or more commonly known as veins are a group of pigtail tissues that have strong fibers and are attached to muscles. Tendons are useful for connecting muscle tissue with bones. Tendons are too likely for each finger and thumb to be straightened, so it is called an extensor tendon. While the tendons that are too likely each finger bends are called flexors.
There are two types of muscles in the hand, among others: 

Extrinsic muscles. These are the muscles located in the front and back compartments of the forearm. It is useful to help straighten or flex the wrist.
Intrinsic Muscles. These muscles are located in the palm members. It is useful to heal capabilities when the finger performs fine motor movements. Fine motor means capabilities associated with physical skills involving small muscles and eye and hand coordination. For example, when grasping, pinching, clenching, gripping, and other things that are done by hand.
All the nerves along the arms and fingers feel united on the shoulders. All these nerves run to the side of the hand side by side with the blood vessels. Nerves carry signals coming from the brain to the muscles to move the muscles in the arms, hands, fingers, and thumbs. Calculated nerves carry signals back to the brain so you can feel sensations such as touch, pain, and temperature.

There are several hand nerves in the hand that must be known, namely: 

Radial nerves. These nerves are along the edge of the thumb up to the sides of the forearm and also wrap around the tip of the radius bone and the back of the hand. Its function to heal the sensation to the back of the hand comes from the thumb to the third finger.
Ulnar Medianus nerve. This nerve runs through a structure on the wrist that is a tunnel called a carpal tunnel.

This nerve is useful for moving the thumb, index finger, middle finger, and 1/2 ring finger. These nerves are calculated to send nerve branches to control the muscles of the thumb. Popular muscles help move the thumb and touch the thumb pads to the tip of each finger on the same hand. 

Ulnaris nerve. These nerves are located along the back round of the members inside the elbow, penetrating the narrow gap between the forearm muscles. These nerves are calculated to be useful for moving the fingers of the little finger members and 1/2 of the ring finger. These nerve branches supply small muscles in the palm of the hand to pull the thumb to the palm.

Blood Vessels
In the hand are two blood vessels, the radial artery and the ulnaris artery. The largest blood vessels along the arms and hands are radial arteries. It is useful to carry oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the collecting bone (radius) up to the thumb. While ulnaris vessels are blood vessels that carry oxygen-rich blood from the heart to the cubit bone (ulna), to the middle finger, ring finger, and pinkie.

That's the hand member you should know. If you feel signs that interfere with hand movements, it doesn't hurt to discuss them with a doctor