Can palmar creases serve as landmarks for the deeper neuro-vascular structures?

  title={Can palmar creases serve as landmarks for the deeper neuro-vascular structures?},
  author={Magdalena Kwiatkowska and T. Jakutowicz and Bogdan Ciszek and Jaroslaw Czubak},
  booktitle={Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy},
The aim of this study was the examination of the superficial anatomy of palmar creases and their relation to deeper neuro-vascular structures. Four creases: distal wrist flexion crease, thenar crease, proximal palmar crease and distal palmar crease were evaluated with reference to the following structures: palmar cutaneous branch of median nerve, palmar cutaneous branch of ulnar nerve, the nerve of Henle, transverse palmar branches from ulnar nerve, recurrent motor branch of median nerve… CONTINUE READING


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