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The radial nerve and its branches

Anatomy of the Radial Nerve. The radial nerve is a major peripheral nerve of the upper limb. It extends all the way down to the fingers. Entrapment of the radial nerve can occur at any point along the course of it.

Brachial Plexus muscle innervations

Often injuries to the brachial plexus can take place from similar trauma and with similar symptoms as cervical spine injuries The brachial plexus is

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The Brachial Plexus Injury Australia website is a source of information and support for people with Brachial Plexus Injuries (Erb's Palsy)

Un dermatoma es el área de la piel inervada por una raíz o nervio dorsal de la médula espinal. Los nervios cutáneos son los que llegan a la piel, recogiendo la sensibilidad de ésta. Cada nervio cutáneo se distribuye en una cierta zona de piel, llamada dermatoma.

The cutaneous innervation of the right upper limb. Both areas supplied by the medial brachial cutaneous are colored green. The areas supplied by branches of the radial nerve are colored in pink.