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bra·chi·al

 (brā′kē-əl, brăk′ē-)
adj.
Of, relating to, or resembling the arm or a similar or homologous part, such as the foreleg, wing, or other forelimb of a vertebrate: the brachial artery.

[From Latin brācchiālis, from brācchium, arm; see brachium.]

brachial

(ˈbreɪkɪəl; ˈbræk-)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the arm or to an armlike part or structure

bra•chi•al

(ˈbreɪ ki əl, ˈbræk i-)
adj.
1. belonging or pertaining to the arm, foreleg, wing, or pectoral fin of a vertebrate.
2. armlike, as an appendage.
[1570–80; < Latin brāchiālis. See brachium, -al1]

bra·chi·al

(brā′kē-əl)
Relating to or resembling the arm or a similar part.
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Adj.1.brachial - of or relating to an arm; "brachial artery"
Translations

brach·i·al

a. braquial, rel. al brazo;
___ arteryarteria braquial;
___ plexusplexo ___;
___ veinsvenas ___ -es o del brazo.

brachial

adj braquial
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During the course, it passes in front of the scalene anterior muscle, the phrenic nerve, the third part of the subclavian artery and the primary cords of the brachial plexus sequentially.
Measurement of the ankle brachial index with a non-mercury sphygmomanometer in diabetic patients: a concordance study.
To prepare the scientific statement, Sanjay Misra, M.D., from the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, and colleagues reviewed the strengths and limitations of current imaging techniques, including the ankle-brachial index, toe brachial index, toe systolic pressure, transcutaneous oximetry, and skin perfusion pressure as well as the use of laser Doppler and speckle imaging devices.
Keywords: Brachial diplegia, "Man-In-The Barrel" syndrome, Recurrent microtrauma.
Supraclavicular brachial plexus block and inter scalene block provide anaesthesia for almost all upper limb surgeries.
Although the effect of 6-week yoga exercises and meditation on brachial artery reactivity is documented in a study on cardiovascular disease patients, the effect of breathing exercises alone on vascular parameter in hypertensive patients is so for not studied.
Kingsland of Dempsey & Kingsland said that while not prohibited by the standard of care, placement of arterial lines in the brachial artery is considered risky because the arteries in the wrist and hand rely entirely on the brachial artery for circulation.
Approved to assist young adults suffering from any disease or injury leaving them with a paralyzed or weakened arm, MyoPro is restoring motion and functionality to adolescents with conditions such as cerebral palsy, brachial plexus injury, and more.
Objective: To determine frequency of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) using ankle brachial index and its various risk factors in Pakistani patients.
Schwannomas rarely affect brachial plexus, accounting for approximately 5% of all cases of schwannomas (5,6).
MRI studies and surgical findings confirmed brachial plexus rupture and avulsion at C5-C7.