The brachial plexus is a wonderful part of the body, many colleagues ask me for teaching on this part of anatomy and some patients are interested in seeing and learning more about their bodies.
For many people, medical images can be considered ‘gory’. I think human anatomy is beautiful and think the democratisation of knowledge about our bodies is important. So I have published the guide below using a wonderful historic image (by Nicolas Henri Jacob an early 19th Century Painter).
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