Median nerve communication with musculocutaneous nerve is not very common. Knowledge of these variations aids the clinician in the proper interpretation of the case; failure of this may complicate various surgical approaches in this area.
Objectives: Variations such as communications between median nerve and musculocutaneous nerve or in their abnormal branching pattern constitute a major concern in clinical and surgical field. Knowledge of these variations not only provides the clinician with a proper interpretation of the case, but also minimizes the complication in surgical approaches in this region.
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