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Brachial

Brachial or, L. Brachialis (bracch-), from bracchium (bracch-) arm: cf. F. Brachial. 1. (Science: anatomy) Pertaining or... Read More

Posterior brachial region

posterior brachial region --> posterior region of arm The back of arm. Synonym: facies brachialis posterior, regio... Read More

Cubital fossa

Definition noun (anatomy) The fossa in the anterior of the cubitus, or simply the depression in front of the... Read More

Antecubital fossa

Definition noun (anatomy) The fossa in the anterior of the cubitus, or simply the depression in front of the... Read More

Shoulder-girdle syndrome

Definition noun A neurologic disorder generally of unknown cause and characterized by the acute onset of shoulder pain... Read More

Antecubital space

Definition noun (anatomy) The fossa in the anterior of the cubitus, or simply the depression in front of the... Read More

Nervous System

    THE is the most complicated and highly organized of the various systems which make up the human body. It is the... Read More

Posterior

Definition (1) Situated behind or toward the rear of. (2) Near or toward the caudal end of an animal, especially... Read More

Lymph

Definition noun The clear, slightly alkaline, bodily fluid bathing body tissues containing mostly of white blood cells, and... Read More

Deafferentation pain

Deafferentation pain (Science: symptom) pain due to loss of sensory input into the central nervous system, as occurs with... Read More

Upper lateral cutaneous nerve of arm

upper lateral cutaneous nerve of arm --> superior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve (Science: anatomy, nerve) The terminal... Read More

Anterior primary division

Anterior primary division --> ventral primary ramus of spinal nerve (Science: anatomy, nerve) The larger,... Read More

Ventral primary ramus of spinal nerve

ventral primary ramus of spinal nerve (Science: anatomy, nerve) The larger, anterolaterally-directed major terminal branch... Read More

Scalene hiatus

scalene hiatus triangular gap bounded by the scalenus anterior and scalenus medius muscles and the first rib to which the... Read More