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Related to Cutaneous nerve: Medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve, medial cutaneous nerve of forearm, Lateral femoral cutaneous nerve, Lateral brachial cutaneous nerve
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tension

get on someone's nerves

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nerve yourself

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  • brace yourself
  • prepare yourself
  • steel yourself
  • fortify yourself
  • gear yourself up
  • gee yourself up

Synonyms for nerve

Synonyms for nerve

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54) The most common complication for both the one- and two-incision approaches is a traction injury to the lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve.
More specifically, anterior divisions of L2-L4 comprise the obturator nerve, which then innervates the medial aspects of the thigh; whereas the posterior divisions give rise to the femoral nerve (L2-L4) and the lateral femoral cutaneous nerves (L2-L3), which supply the anterior and lateral parts of the thigh, respectively.
The surgeon must keep in mind that with the elbow flexed, the portal can be as close as 3 mm to the radial nerve and averages only 2 mm from the posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve.
The lateral femoral cutaneous nerves were harvested with each flap and were coapted to the genital branch of the genitofemoral nerve.
The lateral femoral cutaneous nerve comes from spinal nerve roots and has a very superficial course as it exits the pelvis anterior to the inguinal ligament before entering the lateral aspect of the thigh, where it can be subject to compression by external forces.
The branching point of sural cutaneous nerves was proximal to the joint line in all eight specimens.
The lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve was carefully preserved.
Tight clothing can cause Tingling Thigh Syndrome, meralgia paresthetica, by compressing the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve.
Indeed, the posterior cutaneous nerve of the forearm arises in the spiral groove, proximal to the deltoid tuberosity, before perforating triceps and descending to the elbow5.
Polydefkis, codirector of the cutaneous nerve laboratory at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore.
The data were further supported by sural nerve biopsy and cutaneous nerve biopsy studies (Kuo et al.
Stander and colleagues at the University Hospital in Munster, Germany, has provided evidence that CB1 and CB2 are also present in abundance in human cutaneous nerve fibers and mast cells (J.
Posteriorly the perineal branch of the fourth sacral nerve and the perforating cutaneous nerve passes through the fossa.
Injury to the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve is usually felt on the lateral and posterolateral thigh.
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