Right Forearm Injuries - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This stock medical exhibit compares right forearm injuries from an external and internal perspective. The left image shows external damage to the right forearm. The right image shows the specific muscles, tendons, arteries and nerves that are damaged. Damaged structures include complete transection of the radial and median nerve, radial artery, flexor digitorum superficialis muscle, ulnar nerve and artery, palmaris longus tendon and partial transection of the brachioradialis muscle.