MEDIAL CUTANEOUS NERVE OF FOREARM

ORIGIN: Medial cord of brachial plexus

COURSE/DISTRIBUTION: This nerve begins at the medial cord of the brachial plexus medial to the ulnar nerve. It descends to pierce the deep fascia accompanied by basilic vein at the level of the insertion of coracobrachialis (midpart of the arm). It divides into its terminal branches at the roof of the cubital fossa. The terminal branches reach the wrist.

BRANCHES. Terminal branches- they are anterior and posterior branches of the medial cutaneous nerve of forearm 

ROOT VALUE: C8, T1

 

 

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Layers 1- skin; 2- fasciae, 3- muscles 1, 4 -muscles II 5- deep, 6- deeper, 7- deepest, 8- innermost, 9- joints, 10- bones.


 

 

 

 

 

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