Variations in brachial plexus and the relationship of median nerve with the axillary artery: a case report

@inproceedings{Singhal2007VariationsIB,
  title={Variations in brachial plexus and the relationship of median nerve with the axillary artery: a case report},
  author={Suruchi Singhal and Vani Vijay Rao and Roopa Ravindranath},
  booktitle={Journal of brachial plexus and peripheral nerve injury},
  year={2007}
}
BACKGROUND Brachial Plexus innervates the upper limb. As it is the point of formation of many nerves, variations are common. Knowledge of these is important to anatomists, radiologists, anesthesiologists and surgeons. The presence of anatomical variations of the peripheral nervous system is often used to explain unexpected clinical signs and symptoms. CASE PRESENTATION On routine dissection of an embalmed 57 year old male cadaver, variations were found in the formation of divisions and cords… CONTINUE READING
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