How to 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.

Sounds interesting, huh? Well, these video tutorials will teach you all about the brachial plexus. Education doesn't get any better than learning about the anatomy of the human body. Whether you're studying to be a physiologist or biologist, or whether you're a medical student or anatomy nerd, these science videos will appeal to all of you.

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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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