How To: Grasp the brachial plexus in humans

Grasp the brachial plexus in humans

The brachial plexus is a collection of nerves that supply the upper limb. It has three functions; motor innervation of skeletal muscles, sensory innervation of skin and muscles, and sympathetic innervation of the skin, specifically the sweat glands, and blood vessels.

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This is really helpful. However, the roots of the brachial plexus are in the posterior cervical triangle. Only the cords and branches are present in the axilla.

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