Which muscle(s) are used to extend and splay your fingers outward?

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Which muscle(s) are used to extend and splay your fingers outward?

Vertebrate movement:

The elbow joint is found between the upper arm and the forearm. The forearm is comprised of the radius, ulna and muscles responsible for movements in this area.

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The extensor digitorum is the muscle used to extend and splay fingers outward. The extensor digitorum muscle is a type of extensor muscle and it is...

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