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By Karuna K. Chatterji

ISBN-10: 148319907X

ISBN-13: 9781483199078

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The artery may be embedded in fat and freely movable. The median nerve may be seen on the inner side, at the upper part of the incision. The ulnar nerve does not come into view. Pass the needle from the inner (medial) side avoiding the median nerve [Fig. 16). F I G . 16. LIGATION OF T H E BRACHIAL A R T E R Y AT T H E ELBOW. LIGATION OF T H E RADIAL ARTERY POSITION Arm abducted at right angles and forearm supinated. stands on the outer (lateral) side of the arm. Operator 22 SURFACE MARKING Draw a line from the middle of the anticubital fossa at a level of the head of the radius to its styloid process outside the scaphoid (navicular) tuberosity (see Fig.

2) Do not open the tendon sheaths. LIGATION OF T H E ULNAR ARTERY POSITION As for the radial artery. SURFACE MARKING Take a point (a) at the tip of the internal condyle (medial epicondyle) of the humérus and another (b) at the outer (lateral) side of the pisiform bone. Join these points by a line and divide it into three equal parts. Take a third point (c) at the junction of the upper third with the lower two-thirds of this line (a, b). Take a fourth point (d) at the middle point of the elbow, at a level of the head of the radius.

The median nerve may be seen on the inner side, at the upper part of the incision. The ulnar nerve does not come into view. Pass the needle from the inner (medial) side avoiding the median nerve [Fig. 16). F I G . 16. LIGATION OF T H E BRACHIAL A R T E R Y AT T H E ELBOW. LIGATION OF T H E RADIAL ARTERY POSITION Arm abducted at right angles and forearm supinated. stands on the outer (lateral) side of the arm. Operator 22 SURFACE MARKING Draw a line from the middle of the anticubital fossa at a level of the head of the radius to its styloid process outside the scaphoid (navicular) tuberosity (see Fig.

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