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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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Case Age/sex Size Location Depth Treatment 1 8/M 8 Pelvic Subfascial Surgery 2 38/F 4 Hand Subfascial Surgery + radiotherapy 3 54/F 3 Thigh Subcutaneous Surgery 4 37/F 6 Thigh Subfascial Surgery 5 14/M 5 Brachium Subfascial Surgery 6 37/F 26 Gluteal Subfascial Surgery 7 53/F 2 Neck/head Subfascial Surgery 8 24/F 25 Abdominal wall Subfascial Surgery 9 30/F 3 Abdominal wall Subfascial Surgery 10 35/M 4 Neck/head Subfascial Surgery 11 64/M 9 Gluteal Subfascial Surgery 12 14/M 3 Brachium Subfascial Surgery 13 18/F 9 Gluteal Subfascial Chemotherapy 14 63/F 3 Gluteal Subfascial Surgery Case Margin Relapse Relapse Followup FUS time/location treatment 1 Marginal 8.0/Local, Surgery, chemo- 24.3 Neg.
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In the upper extremities, in case of occlusion of the one of the brachium arteries, LBV made 6-8 cm/s, while in finger arteries it made 4-6 cm/s (23 cases (46.2%)).
The name broccoli comes from the Latin brachium and Italian brocco, which means arm or branch.
The Ohio Shrimp, Macro brachium ohione, in the Upper Mississippi River.
Sed tu Domine extende brachium tuum et elibera animas nostras.
Patients in both Group 1 and Group 2 showed involvement of bilateral internal capsule, especially the posterior limb, and brachium pontis.
Sensation was diminished along the right lateral brachium. There was an absent right biceps deep tendon reflex.
The handler extended each brachium individually, and images were taken from a distance of approximately 1 m.
Hepatopancreas is the likely organ of vitellogenin synthesis in the freshwater prawn, Macro brachium rosenbergii.