Diagram
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Modality: Diagram (With labels)

- “ Diagrams of the cubital fossa. ”

Used in the following article:

  • Ulnar artery - “ The ulnar artery is a terminal branch of the brachial artery, arising at the proximal aspect of the forearm. Along with the radial artery, it is o...”
  • Contents of the cubital fossa (mnemonic) - “ A useful mnemonic to remember the contents of the cubital fossa is, from medial to lateral: My Brother Throws Rad Parties Mnemonic M: median ne...”
  • 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...”
  • Superficial radial nerve - “ The superficial radial nerve, also known as the superficial branch of the radial nerve, is a sensory cutaneous nerve that arises from the radial n...”
  • Median nerve - “ The median nerve is one of the five main nerves originating from the brachial plexus and provides motor and sensory innervation to parts of the fo...”
  • Basilic vein - “ The basilic vein, along with the cephalic vein, is one of the primary superficial veins that drain the upper limb 1. It courses through both the f...”
  • Cubital fossa - “ The cubital fossa (a.k.a. antecubital fossa) (plural: fossae) is an inverted triangular space that forms the transition between the arm and the fo...”
  • Radial artery - “ The radial artery is a terminal branch of the brachial artery and arises at the cubital fossa of the forearm. It is one of the two main arteries o...”
  • Median antebrachial vein - “ The median antebrachial vein is a superficial vein of the anterior forearm that drains the superficial structures of the forearm and wrist between...”
  • Cephalic vein - “ The cephalic vein, along with the basilic vein, is one of the primary superficial veins that drain the upper limb 1. It courses through both the f...”
  • Biceps brachii muscle - “ The biceps brachii muscle (also known simply as biceps) is a two-headed muscle in the anterior compartment of the arm that flexes at the elbow and...”
  • Brachial artery - “ The brachial artery is the main supply of arterial blood to the arm, forearm, and hand.  Summary origin: continuation of the axillary artery dis...”

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