Multiple bilateral neuroanatomical variations of the nerves of the arm

  title={Multiple bilateral neuroanatomical variations of the nerves of the arm},
  author={R. Chitra},
Introduction The median nerve is formed by the two roots of the brachial plexus the lateral root from the lateral cord and the medial root from the medial cord. The medial cord crosses the third part of the axillary artery and joins with the lateral root to form the median nerve lateral to the artery. The median nerve crosses the brachial artery in the middle of the arm from lateral to medial side. It does not receive any communicating branch from the musculocutaneous nerve normally. The… CONTINUE READING


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