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From its lateral to medial borders, the structures passing through the cubital fossa
are: (1) the biceps tendon, ( 2 ) the brachial artery, ( 3 ) the median nerve, and (4)
the musculocutaneous nerve. Biceps Tendon. The biceps tendon and its ...
Reflex Testing The three basic reflexes which evaluate the integrity of the nerve
supply to the elbow are: (1) the biceps reflex, (2) the brachioradialis reflex, and (3
) the triceps reflex. Each of these is a deep tendon reflex, a lower motor neuron ...
C5 NEUROLOGIC LEVEL Biceps: C5-C6 Musculocutaneous Nerve The biceps
acts as a flexor for the shoulder and elbow and as a supinator for the forearm.
Test the biceps strength relative to elbow flexion to determine its neurologic
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