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flexor digiti minimi brevis manus

[ dĭjĭ-tī′ mĭnə-mī′ brĕvĭs mănəs, dĭjĭ-tē′ mĭnə-mē′ ]
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n.
A muscle with origin from the hamate, with insertion to the proximal phalanx of the little finger, with nerve supply from the ulnar nerve, and whose action flexes the proximal phalanx of the little finger.
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