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brachium

 [bra´ke-um] (pl. bra´chia) (L.)
arm (def. 1).
arm (def. 3).

bra·chi·um

, pl.

bra·chi·a

(brā'kē-ŭm, brak'ē; -ă),
1. Synonym(s): arm (1)
2. An anatomic structure resembling an arm.
[L. arm, prob. akin to G. brachiōn]

brachium

/bra·chi·um/ (bra´ke-um) pl. bra´chia   [L.] arm (1,3).
brachium colli´culi inferio´ris  fibers of the auditory pathway connecting the inferior quadrigeminal body to the medial geniculate body.
brachium colli´culi superio´ris  fibers connecting the optic tract and lateral geniculate body with the superior quadrigeminal body.
brachium op´ticum  one of the processes extending from the corpora quadrigemina to the optic thalamus.

brachium

Latin for arm; as commonly used, the upper arm; the segment of forelimb between the shoulder and elbow.

brachium

Upper arm; segment of forelimb between the shoulder and elbow

bra·chi·um

, pl. brachia (brā'kē-ŭm, -ă)
1. Synonym(s): arm (1) .
2. An anatomic structure resembling an arm.
[L. arm, prob. akin to G. brachiōn]

brachium

pl. brachia [L.]
1. the arm; specifically from the shoulder to elbow. Called also thoracic limb.
2. any armlike process or structure.

brachium colliculi caudalis
fibers from the caudal colliculus which enter the medial geniculate body and form part of the auditory pathway.
brachium colliculi caudalis et rostralis
the bridging fibers between the colliculi and the geniculate bodies.
brachium conjunctivum
the rostral cerebellar peduncle. A fibrous band extending from each hemisphere of the cerebellum upward over the pons, the two joining to form the sides and part of the roof of the fourth ventricle.
brachium pontis
the brachium of the pons, the middle cerebellar peduncle.
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The decision was made to amputate the right brachium to reduce the risk of thromboembolic complication and to minimize the duration of recovery.
A circumferential skin incision was made 8 cm distal to the humeral head, and the subcutaneous tissues were dissected to expose the muscles of the brachium.
The median brachium was covered by prominent adhesive papillae (Fig.
The central brachium developed as a bulge that emerged from the preoral lobe, flanked posteriorly on either side by two lateral brachia (Figs.
pentagona, advanced larvae had a well-developed preoral lobe from which the central brachium emerged as a bulge-like protrusion (Fig.
In the red integumental chromatosomes of Macro brachium potiuna perfused with 6.
Subsequently the gastrulae elongate and a blunt projection forms at the anterior region, marking the formation of the preoral lobe and the future position of the central brachium [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURES 1B, 2A OMITTED].