Brachial Artery 3D

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    • * Extends from the inferior border of the teres major muscle to its bifurcation in the cubital fossa.
    • * Lies on the triceps brachii and brachialis muscles.
    • * Lies in the center of the cubital fossa, medial to the biceps tendon.
    • * Provides muscular branches and terminates by dividing into the radial and ulnar arteries at the level of the radial neck in the cubital fossa.

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  • Description

    • * Extends from the inferior border of the teres major muscle to its bifurcation in the cubital fossa.
    • * Lies on the triceps brachii and brachialis muscles.
    • * Lies in the center of the cubital fossa, medial to the biceps tendon.
    • * Provides muscular branches and terminates by dividing into the radial and ulnar arteries at the level of the radial neck in the cubital fossa.

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