Medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve N cu

taneus antebrachii medialis. Nerve that arises from the medial cord (C8, T1) and penetrates the fascia at about the middle ofthe upper arm and accompanies the basilic vein. It supplies the skin on the medial side of both the distal upper arm and the forearm. A

6 Anterior branch. Ramus anterior. It supplies the medial flexor side of the forearm. A

7 Posterior (ulnar) branch. Ramus posterior [[ ul-naris]]. It supplies the medial upper 2/3 of the posterior aspect of the forearm. A B

8 Median nerve. N. medianus. Nerve formed by the union of medial and lateral roots from the medial and lateral cords (C6-T1). A

9 Medial root. Radix medialis. Part of the median nerve coming from the medial cord with fibers from C8 and T1. A

10 Lateral root. Radix lateralis. Part of the median nerve arising from the lateral cord with fibers from C6-7. A

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