musculocutaneous


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Related to musculocutaneous: radial nerve, musculocutaneous flap, median nerve, axillary nerve

musculocutaneous

[¦məs·kyə·lō·kyü′tā·nē·əs]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to muscles and skin.
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Complications following biceps tenodesis include persistent groove pain, failure of fixation, infection, musculocutaneous neuropathy, and reflex sympathetic dystrophy.
The five terminal nerve branches are the musculocutaneous, axillary, radial, median, and ulnar nerves.
Sensory and motor block of the musculocutaneous, radial, ulnar and median nerve were evaluated immediately and at five, 10, 20 and 30 minutes after completion of the injection.
With a large format, carefully chosen and clear medical imagery, full-color photographs taken of fresh body specimens, and new ideas about how to explain compound bone flaps, this completely practical guide covers 95 skin, muscle, musculocutaneous and bone procedures and allied anatomic reference sections.
Systemic HBOT has been documented in many case studies and research papers to successfully assist in healing wounds such as necrotizing fasciitis, skin grafts, musculocutaneous flaps, osteomyelitis, pyoderma gangrenosum, pressure ulcers, and a number of other wound types.
The first nerve stimulated is usually the musculocutaneous nerve.
The flap was harvested either as a perforator flap or in combination with the vastus lateralis muscle as a musculocutaneous flap.
A successful block was defined as motor and sensory block in the ulnar, median, musculocutaneous, and radial nerve distribution of the brachial plexus.
It can be used to identify nerves up to 3cm in depth and is effective in localizing the musculocutaneous, femoral, ulnar, radial and median nerves for interscalene, axillary, mid-humeral, wrist and femoral nerve blocks.
e, ulnar nerve compared to muscles innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve.
The results of the upper extremity arterial and venous Doppler ultrasonography, plain X-ray, and electromyographic examination including ulnar, median, musculocutaneous and radial nerves were found to be within normal ranges.