Anterior forearm- Living anatomy


Skin and living anatomy

The skin of the forearm presents no special feature but it is lax..

Superficial fascia.

Its superficial is slightly flamboyant.

Deep fascia

Its deep fascia presents no special features except distally where it is thickened to form the flexor reinaculum . Cutaneous nerves and vessels.

We have the cephalic and basilic veins. So also the median cubital vein and medial vein of forearm all in the anterior compartment.

The nerves include medial cutaneous nerve of forearm and  lateral cutaneous nerve of forearm.

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