median nerve n.
A nerve that is formed by the union of the medial and lateral roots from the medial and lateral cords of the brachial plexus and supplies the muscular branches in the anterior region of the forearm and the muscular and cutaneous branches in the hand.
The median nerve is sometimes over-stretched or partly torn.
It was simple below, but divided above into two equal lobes, provided each with a median nerve.
I have what the doctors call paralysis of the median nerve, but I guess Dr. Neek and the lightnin' battery will fix it in time.
Neurectomy of the median nerve may relieve lameness after a fracture of the phalanges.
I have what the doctors call paralysis of the median nerve, but I guess Dr. Neek and the lightnin' battery will fix it.
Ligatures were applied above and below the opening between the converging heads of the median nerve.
Occasionally the median nerve is bruised or torn, causing motor and sensory disturbances in its area of distribution.
The brachial artery and median nerve pass through the foramen.
The median nerve is most frequently injured in wounds made by broken glass in the region of the wrist.
This will reveal the median nerve itself situated upon the red fibres of the flexor metacarpi internus muscle.