antebrachium

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antebrachium

[‚an·tə′brāk·ē·əm]
(anatomy)
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The pedicle graft of the ulnar nerve was used to reconstruct 3 median nerves, whereas the medial antebrachial nerve was used in one reconstruction of the median nerve and in 4 reconstructions of the ulnar nerve.
Measurement of the antebrachial index (ABI), which represents the systolic blood pressure at posterior tibial or dorsalis pedis level compared with brachial blood pressure, can be used to define clinically occlusive PAD.
Blood samples (20 ml) withdrawn from the median antebrachial vein were collected after an overnight fast and at least 24 hours without training (T1), 30 minutes after the swim (T2), 4 hours (T3), 10 hours (T4) and 8 days thereafter (T5).
For example, there are expansions of pectoralis major muscle to the brachial fascia, continuing via lacertus fibrosus and biceps muscle to the antebrachial fascia and flexor carpi radialis, then to the flexor retinaculum, and finally to the palmaris longus muscle connecting to the fascia of the thenar eminence [13].
Bilateral median and ulnar sensory nerve conduction studies on the second and fifth digit-wrist segments recording from the wrists and medial antebrachial cutaneous (MAC) nerve conduction studies recording from the antebrachial region and stimulating from the area medial to the biceps tendon were recorded.
(20) Skin flaps in avian patients have been most commonly reported as a technique to cover dorsal cervical and dorsal antebrachial wounds.
After division the radial artery crossed median nerve superficially from medial to lateral side and then descended laterally to it, remained superficial lying just deep to brachial and antebrachial fascia up to lower part of forearm from there onwards it had its usual course (Figure-2).
Radiocephalic arteriovenous fistulae were 114, 10 had Radial artery with Median antebrachial vein, 02 had Radial artery with venacomitant and 55 were Antecubital arteriovenous fistula made by anastomosis between Brachiocephalic, Basalic, Median cubital and 1 anastomosis were brachial artery with venacomitant (Table-I).
Other common sources of nerve grafts are posterior interosseous nerve and medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve.
Antecubital phlebotomy complicated by lateral antebrachial cutaneous neuropathy.
Grafts for repair of the facial nerve can be harvested from any superficial sensory nerve; the most commonly used are the sural, great auricular, medial, and lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerves.