"Triceps brachii muscle response to neurostimulation of the radial nerve during axillary plexus blockade: clinical, anatomical and histological correlation".

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Summary of ""Triceps brachii muscle response to neurostimulation of the radial nerve during axillary plexus blockade: clinical, anatomical and histological correlation"."

Axillary plexus blockade is a common technique in clinical practice with a well-known pattern of structures around the brachial artery. Historically, the only proper response to radial nerve stimulation was considered to be extension of the hand and wrist.


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Name: Clinical anatomy (New York, N.Y.)
ISSN: 1098-2353


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