noun, plural bra·chi·a [brey-kee-uh, brak-ee-uh] /ˈbreɪ ki ə, ˈbræk i ə/.
- bracht maneuver,
Origin of brachium
Examples from the Web for brachium
The second joint of the Brachium, answering to the Trochanter in the legs.
The terminal jointed portion of the Brachium, answering to the Tarsus in the legs.
The third and elongated joint of the Brachium, answering to the Femur in the legs.
The first joint of the Brachium, answering to the Coxa in the legs.
The brachium or upper arm contains only a single bone, the humerus (fig. 57, 1).The Vertebrate Skeleton|Sidney H. Reynolds