brachioradialis


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brachioradialis

[-rā′dē·al′is]
the most superficial muscle on the radial side of the forearm. It functions to flex the forearm.
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Brachioradialis

brachioradialis

(brā″kē-ō-rā″dē-ă′lĭs) [″ + radialis, radius]
A muscle lying on the lateral side of the forearm. It flexes the forearm.
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The brachioradialis, extensor carpi radialis longus, and common extensor muscles are released laterally from the distal humerus.
Our protocol has been therefore enriched by the application of superficial electrodes on the biceps brachii, triceps brachii, brachioradialis and flexorcarpumulnaris muscles.
Active wrist extension is typically retained in someone with a C6 or lower SCI and can be returned to someone with an injury at the C5 level by using a tendon transfer of the brachioradialis (BR) muscle to the insertion point of the ECRB [22-23].
The 17 articles on muscle and musculocutaneous procedures include an introduction to types of blood supply for muscles, deltoid flaps, brachioradialis and flaps of the gluteus maximus, sartoris, femoral flaps, biceps, and other structures, and the 44 articles on bone flaps cover virtually every current procedure.
A significant difference was reported in soreness on palpation of the brachioradialis and on elbow extension between the massage and control arm.
Because of concern regarding the protrusion and prominence of the capsule, the radial nerve was identified between the brachialis and the brachioradialis.
In the middle zone of the volar forearm, the lateral edge of the brachioradialis muscle gently curves to take the contour of the radius bone.
Central neck dissection, bilateral transcervical thymectomy, and immediate autotransplantation into the brachioradialis muscle of the forearm were performed according to routine procedures (7).
In addition, there was associated loss of sensation over a well-circumscribed patch on the right lateral deltoid, belly of the brachioradialis and the web between the dorsum of the right thumb and the right index around the anatomic snuffbox.
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The needle electromyography displayed an intact brachioradialis and extensor carpi radialis longus.