Blood supply of the hand

Blood supply of the hand

Blood supply of the hand is supplied by two main arteries either radial artery and the ulnar artery and their tributaries Passes between brachioradialis and Flexor Carpi Radialis Radial Artery Gives superficial palmar arch (communicates with superficial arch) Finally passes between two heads of 1st dorsal interosseous to form a deep palmar arch Ulnar Artery […]

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 Martin Gruber anastomosis (MGA)

Martin Gruber anastomosis (MGA)

Martin Gruber anastomosis is the connection between the median nerve and ulnar nerve in the forearm which normally are not connected. In most of cases Anterior interosseous nerve (AIN) is connected to the ulnar nerve in the forearm. The clinical picture of the patient with nerve injury will present as an atypical presentation to other […]

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