Brachial plexus variations during the fetal period.

  title={Brachial plexus variations during the fetal period.},
  author={Jowita Woźniak and Alicja Kędzia and Krzysztof Dudek},
  journal={Anatomical science international},
  volume={87 4},
The brachial plexus is an important nervous system structure. It can be injured during the perinatal period and by postnatal damage. The goal of this study was to assess human fetal brachial plexus variability. A total of 220 brachial plexuses were surgically prepared from 110 human fetuses aged 14-32 weeks of fetal life (50 females and 60 males) ranging in CRL from 80 to 233 mm. The study incorporated the following methods: dissectional and anthropological, digital image acquisition, digital… CONTINUE READING


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