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Case Report on Variations in the Branching Pattern of the Brachial Artery: Clinical Significance and Surgical Implications

Natalisa Hvizdosova

The brachial artery is a major vessel of the upper limb, supplying oxygenated blood to the muscles and tissues. Variations in its branching pattern are relatively common and have important clinical implications for surgical procedures, interventional radiology, and diagnostic imaging. In this case report, we present a unique anatomical variation in the branching pattern of the brachial artery observed during a routine cadaveric dissection. The arterial variation involved an additional branch arising from the brachial artery, which can potentially impact the accuracy of clinical procedures and treatment decisions. Understanding such variations is crucial for healthcare professionals to ensure patient safety and optimize clinical outcomes.

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