IJCRR - Vol 06 Issue 20, October, 2014
STUDY OF VARIATIONS IN THE BRANCHING PATTERN OF BRACHIAL ARTERY
Author: Preeti Sonje, Neelesh Kanaskar, Vasanti Arole, Sapna Shevade, Preeti Awari, Vatsalaswamy
As the arterial variations are very common, variations in the branching pattern of Brachial artery were studied at D.Y.Patil Medical College, Pune. 50 upper limbs were studied for the variations of Brachial artery. Different types of variations were found. The high origin of Radial artery in 2% of cases, high origin of ulnar artery in 4 % of cases was found. Other type of variation was also seen. These variations are important in different diagnostic as well as surgical procedures. Embryological basis of these variations has also been discussed.
Keywords: Brachial artery, Profunda brachii artery, Radial artery, Ulnar artery
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BA- Brachial artery, CT- Common trunk, PCHA- Posterior circumflex humeral artery ,PBA- Profunda brachii artery, RN – Radial nerve, SUCA – Superior ulnar collateral artery, UN – Ulnar nerve.