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The Brachial Plexus

 

One of the great “rites of passage” in medical gross anatomy is learning the brachial plexus- the complex network that supplies almost all of the innervation to the upper limb.  Below are a series of links with various types of information about the brachial plexus.  Hopefully they will be helpful.  Remember, there is no substitute for the practice of drawing this out on your own from memory.

 

 

Basic description

 

Description, relationships, lesions

 

Introduction (clickables with pictures)

 

Clickable map

 

Table of motor innervation

 

Variations

 

Neuropathies

 

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