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7% with one case of motion-limiting heterotopic ossification and two transient lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve palsies.
The overlap pattern of the lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve and the superficial branch of the radial nerve.
To ensure that a radial forearm free flap is sensate, the medial or lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve must be anastomosed to the glossopharyngeal or greater palatine nerve.
Immediately after the operation, the patient complained of increased paresthesias and numbness along the lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve (LACN) distribution and an inability to extend his wrist, fingers, and thumb.
To date, there are still no reliable objective tests to confirm the diagnosis; however measurements of the antebrachial cutaneous nerve appear promising.
Introduction: Compression of the lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve (LACN) is a rarely recognized but clearly definable syndrome.
The lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve runs superficially between the biceps and brachialis muscle (Fig.