A sub-muscular extraperiosteal tunnel is prepared between the Brachialis muscle
and the underlying periosteum with a narrow periosteal elevator or Cobbs elevator inserted first from proximal incision distally and then from distal incision proximally.
Rehabilitation of myositis ossificans in the brachialis muscle
Part or all of the brachialis muscle
may require resection depending upon the extent of the tumor.
Closed reduction and percutaneous pinning of displaced supracondylar humerus fractures in children: description of a new closed reduction technique for fractures with brachialis muscle
Rupture of the distal biceps brachii tendon: isokinetic power analysis and complications after anatomic reinsertion compared with fixation to the brachialis muscle
, J Shoulder Elbow Surg, 2003 Nov-Dec;12(6):607-11.
In all other upper limbs normal course of musculocutaneous nerve was seen on dissection, in which musculocutaneous nerve were piercing coracobrachialis of its respective side and giving branch to coracobrachialis, biceps brachii and brachialis muscles
The LACN runs superficially between the biceps and the brachialis muscle
, where the LACN becomes a continuation of the musculocutaneous nerve.
A non-anatomic attachment of the distal biceps to the brachialis muscle
, as opposed to an anatomic attachment to the radial tuberosity, may result in as high as a 50% loss of supination strength.
Through the torn medial capsule, the anterior tight band of brachialis muscle
was lifted anteriorly and the elbow was reduced.
The median nerve, brachial artery and vein are superficial to the brachialis muscle
and are not identified.
The Brachialis muscle
was originating from the lower half of the front of humerus including both the Anteromedial and Anterolateral surfaces and the anterior border embracing the insertion of Deltoid and from the medial and lateral intermuscular septum.
Serious perioperative adverse events include two radial nerve palsies (one of which eventually resolved) and one brachialis muscle