brachial artery

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Synonyms for brachial artery

the main artery of the upper arm

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Bilateral anterior watershed infarction, systemic hypoperfusion or hypovolaemic shock,2 pontine and extrapontine myelinozis,4 closed head trauma,5 central nervous system metastases,6 bilateral intratumoural haemorrhage,7 cervical cord contusion,8 cervical region metastases,9 spinal cord infarcts,10 cervical myelopathy,11 hereditary and sporadic ALS, Sjogren and HIV-associated motor neuron disease,12 bilateral brachial plexopathy13,14 and cyclosporin-dependent neurotoxicity15 are some of the etiologic factors presented in the literature for MIBS.
The brachial plexus is compact, and a small volume of solution produces rapid onset of reliable blockade of the brachial plexus.
To measure the immediate effect of ANB exercises on vascular parameters of the left brachial artery in the study group before and after 30 min
By then, plaintiff had developed compartment syndrome such that she required a four-compartment fasciotomy surgery with brachial artery repair.
Primary tumors of the brachial plexus are rare (7) and can be divided into two groups, peripheral neural sheath tumors and peripheral non-neural sheath tumors.
Magnetic resonance imaging of the brachial plexus was obtained, and the study revealed a mass encasing the right brachial plexus at the level of the divisions and cords as well as the right brachial artery (Figure 1).
An example of these techniques is combining an infraclavicular brachial plexus block and a suprascapular nerve block [4,5].
Brachial plexus injury is one of the most serious peripheral nerve injuries resulting in upper limb dysfunction commonly due to trauma in motorcycle accidents.
The exercise electrocardiogram (ECG) showed no abnormalities and systolic pressures were obtained before and after exercise from the left brachial and bilateral calf for ankle-brachial index (ABI) calculation.
Background: Root avulsion to all 5 roots of the brachial plexus is a common presentation and keeps a major reconstructive challenge.
The objectives of this study were to illustrate reproducible methods of hydrodissection for deep nerve structures in the upper torso, including the stellate ganglion, brachial plexus, cervical nerve roots, and paravertebral spaces and gather preliminary data related to the analgesic effect and efficacy of D5W without lidocaine as the primary injectate during hydrodissection for patients with chronic neuropathic pain.