brachium


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(biology) a branching or armlike part of an animal

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107: "Item quare fuit datum unum pluviale et certe perle et brachium Sancte Lucie de argento", tomado de Archivio di Stato di Bologna, Demaniale, Collegio di Spagna, busta 3/ 7872, doc.
Administration Fore limb of lead acetate Brachium Ulna 8-15 days 2330 [+ or -] 49 2250 [+ or -] 72 * 16-20 days 2250 [+ or -] 49 2013 [+ or -] 81 * 21 days 2000 [+ or -] 50 * 1785 [+ or -] 67 * Control group 2368 [+ or -] 50 1515 [+ or -] 66 (20 days) Administration Fore limb Hind limb of lead acetate Radix Femur 8-15 days 1880 [+ or -] 80 1666 [+ or -] 59 16-20 days 1550 [+ or -] 65 * 1610 [+ or -] 57 21 days 1125 [+ or -] 53 * 1500 [+ or -] 51 * Control group 1958 [+ or -] 44 1708 [+ or -] 47 (20 days) Administration Hind limb of lead acetate Tibia Fibula 8-15 days 1915 [+ or -] 54 1800 [+ or -] 47 16-20 days 1755 [+ or -] 61 * 1671 [+ or -] 48 * 21 days 1587 [+ or -] 60 * 1462 [+ or -] 49 * Control group 1950 [+ or -] 52 1884 [+ or -] 58 (20 days) * significant as P < 0.
This allows for a painless elbow motion and maximizes the likelihood of full functional restoration of the brachium while the anatomically reduced and internally fixed distal humeral fracture fragments heal.
This picture has also been reported in bilateral thalamotomy performed for Parkinmson's disease, in lesions in the supplementary motor area and bilateral edema in the brachium pontis/conjunctivum or superior cerebellar peduncles (8, 24, 25).
Non enim cum Scriptura nominat Dei brachium, est litteralis sensus quod in Deo sit membrum huiusmodi corporale, sed id quod per hoc membrum significatur, scilivet virtus operativa.
Unus Postumius ictus saxo, perfracto capite acie excessit; non dictatorem umerus volneratus, non Fabium prope adfixum equo femur, non brachium abscisum consulem ex tam ancipiti proelio submovit.
To determine venous compliance, subjects were placed in a supine position with the dominant limb elevated above the level of the heart and supported at the level of the thigh and ankle or brachium and wrist to promote venous drainage.
Carpal Hyperflexion in a growing dog following neural injury to the distal brachium.
Cellularity Neurofibromatosis Site 1 High No Left thigh 2 High No L4 nerve root 3 High NF1 Left calf 4 High No Thigh 5 Low NF1 Neck nerve root 6 Low No Radial nerve 7 High No Left femoral nerve 8 High No Nerve root 9 High No Right sciatic nerve 10 Low No Right axilla 11 High NF1 Left forearm 12 High No Left thigh 13 High No Right neck mass (nerve root) 14 High No Right thigh 15 Low No Left brachium Abbreviations: +, positive -, negative; [+ or -], indeterminate; NF1, neurofibromatosis type 1.