Anatomical Variation of Superficial Branch of Radial Nerve in Gujrat Region
Keywords:Brachial plexus’ , Radial nerve, axillary artery
Introduction: Radial nerve carried fibres entirely roots fifth cervical roots to first thoracic of brachial plexus.
It supplies posterior (extensors compartment) of upper limb.
Material and Method: The current study were escort working 30 human anatomy cadavers 9i (bilateral) from
anatomy department, Government. Medical college, vadodara of Gujarat region. The procedure dissection
carry out in the course of post graduation work, anatomy department to exit out the anatomical variations of
bifurcation of superficial branch of radial nerve in relation with lateral epicondyle of Humerus.9i
Results: 9i The current study notice anatomical variations of bifurcation of superficial branch of radial nerve
in relation with lateral epicondyle of Humerus.9i
Both side right and left dissections carried out. In sixteen specimen shows that level of bifurcation of radial
nerve at level of lateral epicondyle.
In six specimen shows that level of bifurcation of radial nerve above the level of lateral epicondyle.
In eight specimen shows that level of bifurcation of radial nerve below the level of lateral epicondyle.
Pictures variations of radial nerve taken with.
Conclusion: Afterwards the study tasks of thirty human anatomy cadaveric upper limbs the dissimilar
anatomical variations in the level of bifurcation distribution of superficial branch of radial nerve were came
across. The external branch of the radial nerve is frequently damaged peripheral nerve succeeding the spinal
accessory , common peroneal nerves & controllable to restoration.
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