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brachioradialis

[¦brā·kē·ō‚rā·dē′äl·əs]
(anatomy)
The muscle of the arm that flexes the elbow joint; origin is the lateral supracondylar ridge of the humerus, and insertion is the lower end of the radius.
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(b) Wasting of the left forearm with sparing of brachioradialis muscle.
The extensor carpi radialis and brachioradialis muscles are rotated and sutured to the remaining biceps muscles to secure soft tissue around the flared distal portion of the humeral endoprosthesis.
The SMUP of the brachioradialis muscle at 60[degrees]/s showed no significant change based on group, exercise duration, or the interaction between group and duration (p > 0.05).
isolated muscle-derived stem cells from human brachioradialis muscle of 12 patients and demonstrated that these cells differentiated into skeletal muscle fibers with a smooth-muscle cell phenotype (expression of smooth-muscle actin) and a neuronal phenotype (expression of [beta]-tubulin III, GFAP, S100) in vitro [148].
Parathyroidectomy was done and part of gland was implanted in right brachioradialis muscle. Intraoperatively, patient received intravenous 1/2 dextrose saline at a rate of 40 ml/hr.
Group 1 specifies that, in addition to elbow flexion from the biceps, the individual's brachioradialis muscle strength is a grade 4 and thus available for tendon transfer.
In the middle zone of the volar forearm, the lateral edge of the brachioradialis muscle gently curves to take the contour of the radius bone.
Occurrence and morphometrics of the brachioradialis muscle in wild carnivorans (Carnivora: Caniformia, Feliformia).