What is a failure in deep learning

Meditricks - learning with donkey bridges

  • Deep flexors: M. flexor digitorum profundus, M. flexor pollicis longus, M. pronator quadratus

    Fleck-Ohrin with digital buttocks fundus, long Fleck-Ohrin policeman, square pro-NATO protester

    The deep flexors of the forearm include the Mm. flexor digitorum profundus (spot-ear with digital bottom fundus), flexor pollicis longus (long spot-ear policeman) and pronator quadratus (square pro-NATO protester). The latter can only pronate, but not flex.

  • Innervation: median nerve; except for two ulnar fingers of the flexor digitorum profundus muscle (→ ulnar nerve)

    Medi-anus, drooping elm roots

    Like the superficial ones, the deep flexors are almost completely innervated by the median nerve. Even if we are not up in the elm forest, it’s also dangerous here on the cliffs of the gorge. That is why the eternal admonisher and watchdog for emergencies, the medi-anus, is also present here and sees to it that everything is right. A doctor should be on site because of the demo. Whether he, the ass with ears and stethoscope, has already been immortalized in the butt fundus? The only exception here is a small motor innervation area of ​​the ulnar nerve: the ulnar two fingers of the flexor digitorum profundus muscle (ring finger and little finger) are innervated by the ulnar nerve. At the top of the ravine, the well-known elm forest of the bread terrorist grows - from there a few elm roots hang down to the butt fundus patch ear.

  • M. flexor digitorum profundus: The deep finger flexor

    Fleck-Ohrin with digital bottom fundus

    M. flexor digitorum profundus means "deep finger flexor". The name comes from the fact that it lies under the superficial finger flexor (see Meditrick “superficial flexors of the forearm”). Just like that, "finger" / "digitorum" only refers to fingers 2–5, not the thumb. The Fleck-Ohrin with a digital bottom pool was once active as an undercover journalist with the robbers. After her escape, she now prefers to use her digicam to devote herself to her big hobby: expanding her digital bottom pool, a gigantic collection of digital bottom photos. Her two pets - a swan (number system for II) and a peacock (V: fingers II – V only) - crouch on the large screen, eyeing the collection of bums curiously.

  • Origin: proximal palmar surface of the ulna, interosseous membrane

    Sits up on the elm trunk under palm fronds; membrane stretched between bones

    The flexor digitorum profundus muscle arises on the proximal, palmar surface of the ulna (ulna). The Fleck-Ohrin with digital bottom fundus sits close (proximal) to the trunk of the elm (ulna) under palm fronds (palmar) and tinkers with her bottom fundus. It also arises from adjacent parts of the interosseous membrane. The Fleck-Ohrin has stretched a membrane between two bones to catch the sparse rainwater in this dry gorge. This connective-tissue skin connects the ulna and radius along the entire length and serves as a base for further stretchers and flexors.

  • Insertion: palmar side of terminal phalanges II – V

    Long rake to the thistle at the end of the post

    The deep flexor of the finger, like the superficial one, has four attachment tendons (the four prongs of the rake). However, those of the deep flexor are attached to the terminal phalanges of fingers 2-5. She hasn't completely left her predator past behind her: she secretly drives her long rake to the thistle at the end of the post (approach: end phalanx = phalanx distalis). Maybe they can use it to poke and rob an unsuspecting Greek wandering past in the old tradition.

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