Lateral Cutaneous Nerve of Forearm

The lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve (or lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm) (branch of musculocutaneous nerve, also sometimes spelled "antebrachial") passes behind the cephalic vein, and divides, opposite the elbow-joint, into a volar and a dorsal branch.

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Lateral Cutaneous Nerve Of Forearm - Dorsal Branch
... descends, along the dorsal surface of the radial side of the forearm to the wrist ... the skin of the lower two-thirds of the dorso-lateral surface of the forearm, communicating with the superficial branch of the radial nerve and the dorsal antebrachial cutaneous branch of the ...

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