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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.]
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brachial

(ˈbreɪkɪəl; ˈbræk-)
adj
(Anatomy) of or relating to the arm or to an armlike part or structure
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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]
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bra·chi·al

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

brach·i·al

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

adj braquial
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(9), say that the natural history of obstetrical brachial paralysis with muscular weakness is glenohumeral deformity because of muscular imbalance.