antebrachial


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an·te·brach·i·al

(an'tē-brā'kē-ăl), Avoid the misspelling antibrachial.
Relating to the forearm.

an·te·brach·i·al

(an'tē-brā'kē-ăl)
Relating to the forearm.

antebrachium

, antibrachium (ant″tē-brā′kē-ŭm) [ ante- + brachium]
The forearm.
antebrachialantibrachial (-ăl), adjective

antebrachial

pertaining to the forearm.

antebrachial growth abnormalities
premature closure of a physeal plate, usually caused by trauma, in one bone of the forearm, while growth continues in the other may result in uneven growth and often angular or rotational deformities.
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6 Our patients's SNAP, CMAP amplitude, and SCV values of median, ulnar and medial antebrachial nerves, and motor conduction velocity (MCV) of the median nerve were normal, but CMAP amplitudes of the left ulnar nerve were lower than the right side and there was an abnormal focal slowing of the ulnar MCV across the elbow, which may be considered as ulnar neuropathy.
Brachial and antebrachial arterial patterns: A study of 750 extremities.
The course of a typical radial artery in the proximal forearm is deep to the belly of the brachioradialis muscle, and in the distal forearm it is more superficial, covered only by skin and antebrachial fascia.
Cable grafts were most frequently obtained from the sular nerve (85%), and markedly more seldom from the medial cutaneous antebrachial nerve (9%).
Bilateral median and ulnar sensory nerve conduction studies on the second and fifth digit-wrist segments recording from the wrists and medial antebrachial cutaneous (MAC) nerve conduction studies recording from the antebrachial region and stimulating from the area medial to the biceps tendon were recorded.
20) Skin flaps in avian patients have been most commonly reported as a technique to cover dorsal cervical and dorsal antebrachial wounds.
After division the radial artery crossed median nerve superficially from medial to lateral side and then descended laterally to it, remained superficial lying just deep to brachial and antebrachial fascia up to lower part of forearm from there onwards it had its usual course (Figure-2).
Radiocephalic arteriovenous fistulae were 114, 10 had Radial artery with Median antebrachial vein, 02 had Radial artery with venacomitant and 55 were Antecubital arteriovenous fistula made by anastomosis between Brachiocephalic, Basalic, Median cubital and 1 anastomosis were brachial artery with venacomitant (Table-I).
The shaft of distal radius was exposed after incising the deep antebrachial fascia (Piermattei and Johnson, 2004).
Antecubital phlebotomy complicated by lateral antebrachial cutaneous neuropathy.
Grafts for repair of the facial nerve can be harvested from any superficial sensory nerve; the most commonly used are the sural, great auricular, medial, and lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerves.
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.