divisiones anteriores plexus brachialis

[TA] anterior divisions of brachial plexus: the three anterior divisions into which each of the three trunks (superior, medial, and inferior) of the brachial plexus splits (see also divisiones posteriores plexus brachialis). The anterior divisions of the superior and medial trunks unite to form the lateral fasciculus; and the anterior division of the inferior trunk forms the medial fasciculus of the plexus.

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  • divisiones posteriores plexus brachialis — [TA] posterior divisions of brachial plexus: the three posterior divisions into which each of the three trunks (superior, medial, and inferior) of the brachial plexus splits (see also divisiones anteriores plexus brachialis). All three posterior… …   Medical dictionary

  • anterior divisions of brachial plexus — divisiones anteriores plexus brachialis …   Medical dictionary

  • ventral divisions of trunks of brachial plexus — divisiones anteriores plexus brachialis …   Medical dictionary

  • division — A separating into two or more parts. SEE ALSO: ramus. SYN: divisio. anterior primary d. SYN: anterior ramus of spinal nerve. anterior divisions of (trunks of) brachial plexus [TA] portion of the …   Medical dictionary

  • divisio — SYN: division. divisiones anteriores plexus brachialis [TA] SYN: anterior divisions of (trunks of) brachial plexus, under division. d. autonomica systematis nervosi peripherici [TA] SYN: autonomic division of nervous system. d. lateralis dextra… …   Medical dictionary

  • Fascículo lateral — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Fascículo lateral Fascículo (Cord) lateral y su relación con el plexo braquial. Latín …   Wikipedia Español

  • Fascículo medial — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Fascículo medial Fascículo (Cord) medial (hacia abajo a la izquierda) y su relación con el plexo braquial. Latín …   Wikipedia Español

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