Superficial Branch Of Radial Nerve
The superficial branch of the radial nerve passes along the front of the radial side of the forearm to the commencement of its lower third.
It lies at first slightly lateral to the radial artery, concealed beneath the Brachioradialis. In the middle third of the forearm, it lies behind the same muscle, close to the lateral side of the artery.
It quits the artery about 7 cm. above the wrist, passes beneath the tendon of the Brachioradialis, and, piercing the deep fascia, divides into two branches: lateral and medial.
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