cubital


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Related to cubital: Cubital fossa, Cubital tunnel syndrome, cubital vein, Median cubital

cubital

(ˈkjuːbɪtəl)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the forearm

cu•bi•tal

(ˈkyu bɪ tl)

adj.
pertaining to, involving, or situated near the forearm.
[1610–20; < New Latin cubitālis. See cubitus, -al1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.cubital - of or relating to the elbow
Translations

cu·bi·tal

a. cubital, codal.
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In the analysis of the upper extremity sensory nerves, the median nerve recording was antidromically made at the finger-wrist segment by putting the ring electrodes on the third finger and the ulnar nerve recording was made by putting the ring electrodes on the fifth finger In the analysis of the upper extremity motor nerves, the median nerve recording was made by recording the stimulus at the abductor pollicis brevis sent from the wrist and cubital area and the ulnar nerve recording was made by recording the stimulus at the abductor digit minimi muscle given from the wrist, elbow and upper elbow.
The ulnar nerve is being stimulated where it passes through the cubital tunnel.
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the cubital and popliteal fossae) and the neck, wrist and ankles.
Dwyer also specializes in the treatment of nerve compression such as Carpal Tunnel and Cubital Syndrome, management tendon pathology such as Trigger Finger, treatment of degenerative arthritis of the hand and wrist, and traumatic injuries, including management of fractures and nerve or tendon injuries.
Five milliliter blood samples of all participants were obtained from the cubital vein and directly were transferred into serum tubes.
Participants had nonfasting blood samples drawn from the cubital vein, and serum was stored at -20[degrees]C until analyses.
8% Sodium citrate from the cubital vein of the subject at baseline and after treatment in all the groups.
Subjects 4 and 5 had a Tinel's Sign over the median nerve at the wrist, Subject 4 had a Tinel's sign over the ulnar nerve at the wrist, and Subjects 4, 5, and 12 had a Tinel's sign over the ulnar nerve at the cubital tunnel.
Exploration of the left cubital fossa also revealed the same findings.
But his fortunes went into steep decline when he suffered from cubital tunnel syndrome - where tennis elbow meets the oche - and surgery was his last throw of the dice.