Network or tangle of nerves originating from the ventral branches of the last four cervical spinal nerves and most of the ventral branch of the first thoracic spinal nerves. It situates partly in the neck and partly in the armpit area.
mixed spinal nerves innervating the upper limb form a complex meshwork (crossing). ( More? Neural Notes)
A complete network of nerves that is formed chiefly by the lower four cervical nerves and the first thoracic nerve and supplies nerves to the chest, shoulder and arm.
This refers to collection nerves that branch from the spinal cord in the neck area and reach down into each arm. The brachial plexus is at the base of the neck, next to the shoulder, and includes all of the nerves that serve the arms and hands. Accidents and birth related injuries can damage the brachial plexus.
is the term used when a group of nerves, the brachial plexus nerves, leading from the spinal cord to the shoulder, arms, and wrist are damaged and the baby's arm is paralyzed from the shoulder down. These nerves can be damaged due to excessive stretching during birth, causing Erb's palsy.
a network of nerve fibers of the anterior rami of spinal nerves C5, C6, C7, C8 and T1; nerves emerging from the brachial plexus supply the upper extremity
a network of nerves that exit the cervical (neck) and upper thoracic (chest) spinal column to provide control to the arms and hands. Brachial refers to the arm. Plexus means network.
three nerves branching off the spinal cord that give rise to the brachial nerve
network of nerve fibers located at the base of the neck which gives rise to the nerves in the forelegs
nerve network controlling movement and sensation in the arm
A network formed by branches of spinal nerves C5–T1 en route to innervating the upper limb.
network of nerves emanating from the cervical spine that serve the shoulder, arm, hand and fingers.
a network of nerves in the armpits, supplying nerves to the chest, shoulders, and arms
The network of nerves that sends signals between the brain and the shoulder, arm and hand
A bundle of nerves in the armpit which go on to supply your arm.
A complex network of nerve tissues in the neck and armpit, which stem from the C5-T1 nerve root s. The brachial plexus contains the nerves going to the arms.
Network of nerves originating from the cervical vertebrae and running down to the shoulder, arm, hand, and fingers.
a collection of nerves located in the neck and axilla
A network of nerves in the neck, passing under the collarbone and into the the/omit armpit. These nerves originate from the 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th cervical spinal nerves and the first 2 thoracic spinal nerves.
a network of nerves formed by cervical and thoracic spinal nerves and supplying the arm and parts of the shoulder
A network of nerves that sends signals from the spine to the arm and hand.
Network of lower cervical and upper dorsal spinal nerves supplying the arm, forearm and hand.
The brachial plexus refers to nerves originating in the last four cervical vertebrae and the upper dorsal (thoracic) vertebrae which control voluntary muscle groups in the shoulder, chest and arms.
A bundle of nerve fibres located between the neck and the shoulder that carries neural information to and from the arm and hand, shoulder and a portion of the chest region.
The brachial plexus is an arrangement of nerve fibres (a plexus) running from the spine (vertebrae C5-T1), through the neck, the axilla (armpit region), and into the arm.