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|Title:||The superficial brachial artery : a case report|
|Authors:||Pace, Joseph L.|
Felice, Alex E.
Felice, Arthur G.
|Keywords:||Arm -- Blood-vessels -- Case studies|
Blood-vessels -- Diseases
|Publisher:||The St. Luke`s Hospital Gazette|
|Citation:||Pace, J.L., Felice, A.E., Felice, A.J., Felice A.G., & Fiorentino E. (1967). The St. Luke`s Hospital Gazette, 2(2), 115-120.|
|Abstract:||A superficial brachial artery is an anomalous branch of the brachial artery that runs superficial to the median nerve; it is usually associated with a deep brachial branch that runs deep to this nerve. A case is described of a superficial brachial artery. It is of the type where the artery terminates in the cubital fossa by division into radial and ulnar arteries. It is associated with a superficial ulnar artery, and a deep brachial artery that is continued into the forearm as the common interosseous artery, a rare occurrence. The clinical importance and the dangers of this vascular anomaly are discussed. In reparative surgery, an accurate knowledge of the relationship, course and particularly the possible variations of the brachial artery is of considerable importance.|
|Appears in Collections:||TSLHG, Volume 2, Issue 2|
TSLHG, Volume 2, Issue 2
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