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Laboratory 6. Arm
Step 9. Brachial Artery and its Branches

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At its distal end, the brachial artery bifurcates into the ulnar artery and radial artery. This branching most commonly occurs in the cubital fossa, but there is often variation in the level of the branching.

Links and References:
Grant's: 6.6, 6.43, and 6.63
Netter (1ed.): 407, 408, and 409 (2ed.): 403, 404, and 405
Rohen/Yokochi: 375, 376, and 379 and 397