Hilton's law

Dr Owen Kang et al.

Hilton's law states that a joint tends to be innervated by a branch of a motor nerve which also supplies a muscle extending and acting across the joint. Another branch of the nerve often supplies the overlying skin.

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rID: 50338
Section: Anatomy
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