Muscle connecting the lateral epicondyle of the humerus to the medial and distal phalanges of the last four fingers; it allows extension of the fingers (except the thumb) and assists in extension of the hand.
THE ANATOMY OF THE HUMAN BODY AS NEVER SEEN BEFORE!
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