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Upper lateral cutaneous nerve of arm

upper lateral cutaneous nerve of arm –>
superior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve
(Science: anatomy, nerve) The terminal branch of the axillary nerve supplying the skin over the lower portion of the deltoid and for a distance below its insertion.
Synonym: nervus cutaneus brachii lateralis superior, upper lateral cutaneous nerve of arm.


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