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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

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This meta-analysis shows that, with regard to muscle strength, transfer of the CC7 nerve to the musculocutaneous nerve leads to the best outcome, while transfer of the CC7 nerve to the median or radial nerve leads to outcomes that are similar to each other but inferior to a transfer to the musculocutaneous nerve.
Successful Vester-Andersen block criteria include the effective block in the areas innervated by at least two musculocutaneous nerves, median nerve, ulnar nerve and radial nerve (10).
MC = musculocutaneous nerve, MED = median nerve, RAD = radial nerve, ULN = ulnar nerve.
The relation of the median nerve & brachial artery were seen to be normal & the musculocutaneous nerve was arising normally from the lateral cord of brachial plexus & piercing the coracobrachialis muscle.
Supernumerary head of biceps brachii and branching pattern of the musculocutaneous nerve. Surg Radiol Anat.
Peripheral neuropathies have been described in case reports and reviews among baseball pitchers involving the suprascapular nerve, (2) axillary nerve, (2) ulnar nerve, (2) musculocutaneous nerve, (8) and the lateral femoral cutaneous nerve.
There is a contribution from the subscapular nerve, a branch of the posterior cord, and small contributions from the musculocutaneous nerve, the continuation of the lateral cord (1,8).
(A) The accessory nerve is connected to the arm's musculocutaneous nerve, restoring bicep function.
2) The pronator teres muscle in the forearm of one specimen was only found innervated by the musculocutaneous nerve, even in this forearm there was no communicating branch to median nerve (Fig.
The site of rare location of schwannomas is musculocutaneous nerve described by these authors.
Parts of the starting point of deltoid muscle and the ending point of pectoralis major muscle were excised, and the brachial artery, median nerve, musculocutaneous nerve, axillary nerve, and radial nerve were remained.
In 62% of the population, the biceps is innervated by a single branch of the musculocutaneous nerve at an average of 130 mm below the tip of the acromion.
We report the use of selective radial and musculocutaneous nerve blocks, at the midhumeral level, as an alternative to brachial plexus block for the construction of radiocephalic arteriovenous fistula.