intercostobrachial

in·ter·cos·to·bra·chi·al

(in-ter-kos'tō-brā'kē-al),
Relating to an intercostal space and the arm. See: intercostobrachial nerves.
Synonym(s): intercostohumeral
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intercostobrachial

(ĭn″tĕr-kŏs″tō-brā′kē-ăl) [″ + ″ + brachium, arm]
Pert. to the intercostal space and the arm, as the posterior lateral branch of the second intercostal nerve supplying the skin of the arm, or a similar branch of the third intercostal nerve; formerly called intercostohumeralis.
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Electrocortical Analysis of patients with intercostobrachial pain with TENT after breast cancer surgery.
Axillary dissection may lead to damage to the thoracodorsal, long thoracic, intercostobrachial nerves and axillary soft tissue, which causes acute and chronic postoperative pain after mastectomy (10, 11).
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Electrocortical analysis of patients with intercostobrachial pain treated with TENS after breast cancer surgery.
described a new approach similar to Ohtsuka et al.'s, although it is completely endoscopic and avoids the transaxillary route, avoiding the risk of injury to the intercostobrachial cutaneous nerve [20].
(2015) studied the branching patterns by computed tomography and reported that the most frequent variation (24.03%) corresponded to a left bronchial artery originating directly from the thoracic aorta and the right bronchial artery originating from the intercostobrachial trunk (type II Cauldwell) [15].
The variant musculocutaneous muscle was covering all neurovascular bundle (F) and especially seen to compress intercostobrachial nerve (E).
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