Study of the relationship between the suprascapular artery and the brachial
index for the diagnosis of lower limb peripheral arterial disease.
plexopathy-associated MIBS has been previously presented as radiation plexopathy13 and postoperatively developed plexopathy.14 To our knowledge, MIBS has not yet been reported as an acute manifestation of brachial
plexopathy due to recurrent microtrauma.
Application of the Doppler ultrasound bloodflow detector in supraclavicular brachial
To compare the vascular parameters of the left brachial
artery between the study and control group.
index (ABI) has proven itself to be a reproducible, accurate and reliable method of estimation of PAD.
In the present study, we studied the intraoperative and postoperative anaesthesia effects of two adjuvants added to ropivacaine in a USG-guided supraclavicular brachial
Clinical presentation of brachial
plexus tumors is variable according to its location, extension, neural elements involved and pathology (7).
plexus block was performed in the hospital due to functional decline and acute worsening of pain.
The majority of the glenohumeral joint is innervated by the suprascapular nerve (C5-C6; originates from upper trunk of brachial
plexus) and the axillary nerve (C5-C6; originates from posterior cord of brachial
Two patients underwent reconstruction for elbow flexion following traumatic brachial
plexus injuries between 2008 and 2011.
Next, we evaluated arterial function by ultrasonic examination of carotid and brachial
artery and tonometric measurement of carotid-femoral pulse wave velocity (cfPWV).