brachium


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brachium

1. Anatomy the arm, esp the upper part
2. a corresponding part, such as a wing, in an animal
3. Biology a branching or armlike part

brachium

[′brā·kē·əm]
(anatomy)
The upper arm or forelimb, from the shoulder to the elbow.
(invertebrate zoology)
A ray of a crinoid.
A tentacle of a cephalopod.
Either of the paired appendages constituting the lophophore of a brachiopod.
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During both of the angiography studies, the skin over the entire left brachium fluoresced.
Administration Fore limb of lead acetate Brachium Ulna 8-15 days 2330 [+ or -] 49 2250 [+ or -] 72 * 16-20 days 2250 [+ or -] 49 2013 [+ or -] 81 * 21 days 2000 [+ or -] 50 * 1785 [+ or -] 67 * Control group 2368 [+ or -] 50 1515 [+ or -] 66 (20 days) Administration Fore limb Hind limb of lead acetate Radix Femur 8-15 days 1880 [+ or -] 80 1666 [+ or -] 59 16-20 days 1550 [+ or -] 65 * 1610 [+ or -] 57 21 days 1125 [+ or -] 53 * 1500 [+ or -] 51 * Control group 1958 [+ or -] 44 1708 [+ or -] 47 (20 days) Administration Hind limb of lead acetate Tibia Fibula 8-15 days 1915 [+ or -] 54 1800 [+ or -] 47 16-20 days 1755 [+ or -] 61 * 1671 [+ or -] 48 * 21 days 1587 [+ or -] 60 * 1462 [+ or -] 49 * Control group 1950 [+ or -] 52 1884 [+ or -] 58 (20 days) * significant as P < 0.
This picture has also been reported in bilateral thalamotomy performed for Parkinmson's disease, in lesions in the supplementary motor area and bilateral edema in the brachium pontis/conjunctivum or superior cerebellar peduncles (8, 24, 25).