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Question: if the musculocutaneus nerve is severed at its origin from...

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If the musculocutaneus nerve is severed at its origin from the brachial plexus, flexion at the elbow is significantly weakened but not abolished. What muscle remains operative and can contribute to flexion?

Select one:
a  
b Brachialis
c Long head of biceps
d Coracobrachialis
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