Does the basilis vein perforate the brachial fascia?
Do any structures lie between the two heads of the pronator teres?
Does the flexor pollicis brevis muscle have a deep head?
Does the anterior lateral malleolar artery communicate with the perforating artery?
In the process of escaping from T.rex in Jurassic Park the heroine punctures the skin on the medial side of her wrist on a spiny bush. A few days later, due to the toxin, an infection is seen spreading up the medial side of her arm along the large cutaneous vein extending from the dorsum of her hand to the medial side of her arm. The vein involved is the:
The lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve comes from the:
Medial cord nerve
A sixteen-year-old boy receives a superficial cut on the thumb side of his forearm. The superficial vein most likely affected is the:
A sixteen-year-old boy received a superficial cut on the ulnar side of his forearm. The superficial vein most likely affected is the:
During insertion of an IV cannula in the median cubital vein, the patient suddenly lost feeling on the radial side of the forearm. What nerve was injured?
Medial antebrachial cutaneous
Posterior antebrachial cutaneous
Superficial radial nerve
After trying to throw a curve ball, a pitcher lost sensation from the tip of the little finger. This indicates injury to which nerve?
While having an IV needle inserted into the cephalic vein of the forearm, the patient suddenly screamed in pain and felt tingling in part of the skin of the forearm supplied by the nerve accompanying the vein. What nerve was injured?
Lateral antebrachial cutaneous
Because of scarring of a patient's median cubital vein, the technician chooses to insert an infusion needle into her basilic vein at the level of the medial epicondyle. Despite the certainty that the needle does not pass through the deep (investing) fascia, there is still a chance that it might nick or impale which of the following?
Lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve
Medial antebrachial cutaneous nerve
Following a car accident in which the patient received a deep laceration on the medial side of his right knee, the patient notices numbness along the medial side of his right leg and foot. He has no motor deficit. The nerve which appears to have been injured is the:
Superficial fibular nerve
Deep fibular nerve