brachial lymph nodes

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brach·i·al lymph nodes

[TA]
lymph nodes located on the medial aspect of the upper limb between the cubital and humeral axillary lymph nodes.
Synonym(s): nodi lymphoidei brachiales [TA]

brachial lymph nodes

(1) Brachial axillary lymph nodes; nodi lymphatici axillares brachiales [[NA6]]. 
(2) Brachial lymph nodes; nodi lymphatici brachiales [[NA6]].
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Anticipated population proportion (P1) is 34% in lateral group of spinal caesarean, anticipated population proportion (P2) is 56% in sitting group of spinal caesarean6.
Apical group of teeth of the lamina with 3 teeth, lateral group with 4 teeth (3 of which are keeled; Fig.
The only attrition was among patients who received intra-vascular injection, and the study was halted when the lateral group reached 100 cases.
Most of the patient in the posterior group required one or two attempts but in the lateral group many required third or fourth attempt to locate the nerve.
The majority of patients who reported 'very comfortable' for induction position belonged to the lateral group.
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In opisthobranchs (Aplysia californica and several nudibranchs) and in T scutum, each lateral group of dendrites includes a single dendrite arising from a serotonergic sensory neuron.
Lateral Group has engaged in similar campaigns for a harmful drinking awareness program for a global pharmaceutical and consumer goods company.
The addition of this lateral group from Thacher Proffitt is contemplated to commence on January 1, 2009.
In addition, time taken for the development of peak sensory block level to pinprick and maximal motor block were shorter in lateral group compared with sitting group.
Across the dorsal body wall numerous pigmented cells are observed, and from setigers 2 to 10 groups of larger cells are disposed on the lateral and central dorsal zones; from setiger 11-13 lateral groups of cells are disposed on the dorsum of the superior setiger lobe.
The main aim of this paper is preparation new types of luminescent, amphiphilic, supramolecular polymers in which the lateral groups are bonded to the [pi]-conjugated main chain not by covalent bonds as it has been done to date but by ionic-type bonds.
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