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Lyme Disease
...  are listed below: A circular rash which develops around the affected area. It usually appears one to two weeks after the initial bite. Development of stiff neck more often Inflammation of the knees, elbows, and other large joints. Swelling of the brain which leads to dementia, confusion, and difficulty in learning or understanding something Symptoms similar to flu such as fever, fatigue, chills,  ...

Arteries of the Shoulder
...  of the brachial artery The structures and compositions of brachial arteries differ from one person to another. However, as a general rule, this artery runs from the shoulder and straight to the elbow. It originates from the axillary artery, which is located on the lateral border of the body’s first rib. The brachial artery is located at the lower border of the teres major muscle,  ...

Brachial Nerve Plexus
...  turn, is responsible for the innervations in the radial portion of the forearm. The skin in the posterior receives the sensory impulses, while the motor fibres innervate the extensor muscles of the elbow’s joint. It is also the one responsible for the ability of the elbow joint to flex, whereas the supinator muscle is the one responsible for the rotational movements of the forearm and the  ...


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