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5) Anterior transposition significantly decreases the potential for nerve compression/ tension during elbow flexion; however, the procedure itself may devascularize the nerve by interfering with the intraneural circulation-namely, elimination of existing multiple mesentery-like vessels, especially those originating from the inferior ulnar collateral artery.
Apart from the terminal branches, the branches of the brachial artery in the arm are profunda brachii, superior ulnar collateral artery, inferior ulnar collateral artery, muscular branches to the surrounding muscles and a nutrient branch to the humerus [1].