Gantzer muscle

Gant·zer mus·cle

(gahnt'zĕr),
an accessory muscle extending from the superficial flexor of the digits to the deep flexor of the digits.

Gantzer,

Carol F.L., 17th century German anatomist.
Gantzer accessory bundle
Gantzer muscle - an accessory muscle extending from the superficial flexor of the digits to the deep flexor of the digits.
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There are several points wherein the nerve compression may occur: fibrous arcs formed by the superficial flexor muscle of fingers, teres pronator muscle, or both; the Gantzer muscle and vascular chains surrounding the nerve (Olehnik et al.
a sequela resulting from vein cauterization (Lake, 1974); fibrous arcs formed by the superficial flexor muscle of the fingers, teres pronator, or both; compression caused by the Gantzer muscle, accessory head of the long flexor muscle of thumb (Collins & Weber, 1983; Dellon & Mackinnon; Olenick et al.