Radial Nerve Anatomy

Thursday, October 10th 2013. | Anatomy

Radial Nerve Anatomy

Radial Nerve Anatomy is a nerve that runs down the underside of the arm and controls movement in the triceps (muscle located at the back of the upper arm). It is arises from the posterior cord of the brachial plexus. 
Injury to the radial nerve is called radial neuropathy or radial nerve palsy, and it may be caused by infections, physical trauma, or even exposure to toxins. It often causes tingling, numbness, and burning pain
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