Inferior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm

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Inferior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm
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The cutaneous innervation of the right upper limb, with Inf. lat. cut. labeled at right.
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The suprascapular, axillary, and radial nerves. (Inferior lateral cutaneous nerve of the arm not labeled, but cutaneous innervation would occur on the surface near the word 'radial' at upper left.)
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Latin nervus cutaneus brachii lateralis inferior
From
radial nerve
Dorlands
/Elsevier
n_05/12565482
Anatomical terms of neuroanatomy

The inferior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm is a nerve found in humans and other animals. It is also called the inferior lateral brachial cutaneous nerve. It is a branch of the radial nerve that provides sensory and vasomotor innervation to the lower, lateral aspect of the arm.

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