radial nerve


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Noun1.radial nerve - largest branch of the brachial plexusradial nerve - largest branch of the brachial plexus; extends down the humerus to the lateral epicondyle where it divides into one branch that goes to the skin on the back of the hand and another that goes to the underlying extensor muscles
nerve, nervus - any bundle of nerve fibers running to various organs and tissues of the body
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Paul, Minnesota-native suffered a broken right arm in November 2016, damaging bone fragments her radial nerve and causing her to lose function in her hand.
When the recipient nerve was the musculocutaneous nerve and the radial nerve, the efficiency rate for muscle strength recovery was 0.
Besides, comparison of median and ulnar sensory latencies from digit IV, and of median and radial nerve from digit I can be done.
The other conduction studies of ulnar, median, and medial antebrachial cutaneous nerves of both upper extremities, radial nerve of left upper extremity, peroneal, tibial and sural nerves of left lower extremity, F waves of right and left median and ulnar nerves were considered normal.
along the radial nerve 12 cm proximal to Sural 2 cm below stimulating electrode lateral malleolus along the nerve in mid-calf region.
The superficial sensory branch of the radial nerve was also decompressed in the mid-forearm (Wartenburg release).
The first one was a 55-years-old female who came to the clinic complaining of progressive motor and sensory deficit of the radial nerve in three months.
He promoted phrenic nerve as donor nerve but also used triceps branch radial nerve to reconstruct axillary nerve3.
The reported nerve injuries in the dorsal approach were to the radial nerve.
When a patient reports paresthesia or pain along the radial aspect of the forearm that radiates into the dorsal thumb and index and middle fingers, consider Wartenberg's syndrome--compression of the superficial radial nerve.
Some pain, edema, and ecchymosis may occur; rare radial nerve neuropraxia has been reported.