Cambio de posición del nervio mediano evaluado mediante disección cadavérica blanda según el movimiento del antebrazo

Translated title of the contribution: Median nerve location change evaluated by soft cadaver dissection according to the forearm movement

Seongoh Kwon, Young Gil Jeong, Nam Seob Lee, Seung Yun Han, Chang Sub Uhm, Dasom Kim, Je Hun Lee

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Abstract

The aim of this study was to examine the change in median nerve location according to forearm movement. Thirty fresh specimens from 15 adult Korean cadavers (10 males and five females; age range, 53–91 years) were examined. We measured the motor entry point according to normal and pronated positions of the forearm. The x and y coordinates of the first motor entry point (MEP) in the normal position were 1.6±0.6 cm and 2.8±1.3 cm, respectively. The depth of the MEP was 1.5±0.3 cm. The x and y coordinates of the second MEP were 1.3±0.3 cm and 4.7±1.7 cm, respectively. The depth of the MEP was 1.4±0.2 cm. The x and y coordinates of first MEP with the forearm in the pronated position were 1.9±0.7 cm and 2.3±0.8 cm. respectively. The depth of the MEP was 1.7±0.4 cm. The x and y coordinates of the second MEP were 1.6±0.7 cm and 4.4±1.7 cm, respectively. The depth of the MEP was 1.6±0.3 cm. The differences in locations according to movement of the nerve branch were 0.3 cm, and depths were 0.2 cm. The pronated position results of this study will be clinically helpful.

Translated title of the contributionMedian nerve location change evaluated by soft cadaver dissection according to the forearm movement
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)759-762
Number of pages4
JournalInternational Journal of Morphology
Volume34
Issue number2
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2016 Jun 1

Keywords

  • Anatomy
  • Forearm movement
  • Injection
  • Median nerve
  • Motor entry point

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Anatomy

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