The medial antebrachial
cutaneous nerve is a sensory nerve that branches out directly from the medial cord of the brachial plexus and innervates the skin on medial side of the forearm.
At this time it was realized that the tissue erythema was due to a chemical burn from the HCl, and the patient was taken to the operating room for the first of a series of debridements of necrotic tissue, which would eventually include an area that extended from the left antebrachial
fossa over the anterior arm cephalad to the clavicle and then across the chest to include the right breast to the midclavicular line and caudal to include most of the abdomen.
Blood (up to 100 [micro]L) was taken by puncture from the antebrachial
or uropatagial veins (in some bats after application of a local anesthetic cream [Lignocaine gel, Dunlop's Vet Supplies, Dumfries, UK]) by using a 26-gauge needle and then collected by using 10- to 50-[micro]L heparinized glass capillary tubes (Statspin, Norwood, MA, USA).
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No synostoses were seen in either series, and the most common complication was transient lateral antebrachial
cutaneous nerve palsy.
No response was obtained from the lateral antebrachial
This case illustrates a common complication of external coaptation used as sole means of managing fractures of the avian ulna, radius, or both, which results from lack of interosseous soft tissue in the antebrachial
Neurorrhaphy between the lateral antebrachial
cutaneous nerve and the lingual stump was completed under a microscope using 10-0 nylon sutures.
The rate of 11% is objective paraesthesia in the thenar eminence related to injury to the lateral cutaneous antebrachial
nerve in the above-mentioned reference.
The injured segment was resected and reconstructed with a right lateral antebrachial
Other potential donor nerves include the saphenous dorsal cutaneous branch of the ulnar, medial antebrachial
cutaneous, lateral antebrachial
cutaneous, superficial branch of the radial, intercostal, and other branches of the cervical plexus (2, 3).
We present the case of a patient, with a surgically repaired distal biceps tendon rupture performed through a single incision, with injury to both the posterior interosseus and lateral antebrachial