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(an'tē-brā'kē-ăl), Avoid the misspelling antibrachial.
Relating to the forearm.
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Relating to the forearm.
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, antibrachium (ant″tē-brā′kē-ŭm) [ ante- + brachium]
The forearm.
antebrachialantibrachial (-ăl), adjective
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Cable grafts were most frequently obtained from the sular nerve (85%), and markedly more seldom from the medial cutaneous antebrachial nerve (9%).
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.
We have made many fistulas utilizing median antebrachial vein in 10 patients, venacomitant in 03 patients.
For gap lengths longer than 30 mm, a sural nerve graft, a medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve graft, or end-to-side coaptation seem to be the most appropriate.
We divided the subcutaneous tissue and the fascia between the brachioradial and flexor carpal radial muscles, taking care to keep the lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve in the lateral part of the division.
Heritability of the antebrachial index: the Framingham Offspring study.
The radial artery was anastomosed end to side to the posterior tibial artery; the 2 venae comitantes, end to end to the long saphenous vein, and the lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve end to side to the medial plantar nerve.
Brown and Yalden (1973) describe three different kinds of forelimb vibrissae, "anconeal" (near the elbow), "medial antebrachial" (forearm), and "ulnar carpal" (proximal to the wrist).
TUBEK, S., REKAWEK, M., SKUBIS, S., ZWOLINSKI, D., WOJNAR, J., 1999,[Venous blood gas analysis sampled from the basilic vein before and after-exercise of the antebrachial muscles--preliminary evaluation of estimated stability parameters], Pol Arch Med Wewn.101(1):29-32.
This recommendation is based on the close proximity of the medial antebrachial cutaneous nerves to the basilic vein, which lies in the inside or medial aspect of the antecubital area.
Patient response was evaluated in the dermatomal sensory distribution of the medial and lateral antebrachial cutaneous, ulnar, median and radial nerves.