Brachial Artery Exposure
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Superficial dissection

Skin

Mark

Mark the incision line on the skin of the cubital fossa extending 3 – 4 cm transversely between the lateral and medial epicondyle of the humerus.

Alternative incision

A so called lazy S incision may also be used to expose the brachial artery.

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