musculocutaneous


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musculocutaneous

[¦məs·kyə·lō·kyü′tā·nē·əs]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to muscles and skin.
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In previous study by different authors, the accessory head was supplied by the musculocutaneous nerve, [8,9] which is similar to the present study.
The recipient nerve of a CC7 nerve root could be a median nerve, radial nerve, musculocutaneous nerve, or triceps brachii nerve.
From a peripheral nerve standpoint, the pain pattern outlined above would suggest involvement of the DSN, long thoracic (lateral thoracic wall), suprascapular (scapular) and radial nerves (posterolateral arm and forearm) and possibly the axillary (posterolateral shoulder) and musculocutaneous nerves (posterolateral forearm).
The block was considered incomplete when any of the segments supplied by median, radial, ulnar, and musculocutaneous nerve not have anesthesia even after 30 min of drug injection.
In the positions described above, the distance between median and musculocutaneous nerves was measured proximal (positions 1P and 2P) and distal levels (positions 1D and 2D).
Patients were treated with fasciocutaneous flap (38 cases, 76%), musculocutaneous flap (5 cases, 10%), or perforator flap (7 cases, 14%) (Figure 1-3).
12) A large musculocutaneous perforator (through the pectoralis major muscle) from either the fifth or sixth branch sustains the inferior or central based pedicle and is found just medial to the breast meridian about 2 to 4 cm above the inframammary fold.
Perioperative complications may include musculocutaneous nerve palsy, hematoma formation, coracoid fracture, and coracoid graft osteolysis.
edu/8616931/BILATERAL VARIATIONS IN PATTERNS OF BRANCHING OF THE AXILLARY ARTERY AND PRESENCE OF COMMUNICATIONS BETWEEN MEDIAN AND MUSCULOCUTANEOUS NERVES
The lateral cord innervates the biceps and coracobrachialis muscles via the musculocutaneous nerve.
The divisions regroup again at an infraclavicular level to form the three lateral, posterior and medial cords which finally give rise to the five terminal branches at the axillary level: radial, axillary, musculocutaneous, median and ulnar nerves (Fig.
Giant anorectal condyloma acuminatum of Buschke-Lowenstein: successful plastic reconstruction with bilateral gluteal musculocutaneous v-y advancement flap.