A cutaneous nerve is a nerve that innervates the skin.
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Some articles on cutaneous nerve:
... Cutaneous innervation by the radial nerve is provided by the following nerve branches Posterior cutaneous nerve of arm (originates in axilla) Inferior lateral ...
... In the torso Ventral cutaneous branches Lateral cutaneous branches Dorsal cutaneous branches In the neck head Supraorbital nerve Infraorbital nerve Mental nerve Buccal ...
... Posterior cutaneous nerve of arm (Posterior brachial) Medial cutaneous nerve of arm (Medial brachial) Lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm (Lateral antebrachial) ...
... The cutaneous nerve of arm can be the Superior lateral cutaneous nerve of arm Posterior cutaneous nerve of arm (Posterior brachial) Medial cutaneous nerve of arm (Medial brachial) ...
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