antebrachial fascia

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an·te·brach·i·al fas·ci·a

the deep fascia surrounding the forearm that is continuous with the brachial fascia; in the region of the wrist, it forms two thickened bands, the extensor and flexor retinacula.
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When the axillary arch originates from the tendon oflatissimus dorsi and insert to the brachial and antibrachial fascia, to the humerus, to the lateral epicondyle and olecranon, or to the long head of triceps, it is often called latissimocondyloideus muscle (Bergman, 1988).