The lateral inter...
The lateral intermuscular septum of the arm is formed by a convergence of the deep fascial surrounding the musculature, through which the radial nerve must pass. At the site of perforation, the radial nerve may become entrapped.
Modality: Diagram (Lateral)

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  • Radial nerve - “ The radial nerve is one of five main branches of the brachial plexus. It provides motor and sensory innervation to the arm and forearm and sensory...”

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