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Figure 2: The bifurcation of brachial artery into brachial artery proper (laterally) and higher division of brachial artery (medially) and the course of higher division of brachial artery (lifted) (running medially in arm, medial to median nerve in cubital fossa, and between 1st tendon of flexor digitorum superficialis and flexor carpi ulnaris in forearm). A prominent muscular branch to biceps brachii is also seen immediately after its bifurcation. HDBA = Higher division of brachial artery, MBTBB = Muscular branch to biceps brachii, BAP = Brachia artery proper, AA = Axillary artery

Figure 2: The bifurcation of brachial artery into brachial artery proper (laterally) and higher division of brachial artery (medially) and the course of higher division of brachial artery (lifted) (running medially in arm, medial to median nerve in cubital fossa, and between 1<sup>st</sup> tendon of flexor digitorum superficialis and flexor carpi ulnaris in forearm). A prominent muscular branch to biceps brachii is also seen immediately after its bifurcation. HDBA = Higher division of brachial artery, MBTBB = Muscular branch to biceps brachii, BAP = Brachia artery proper, AA = Axillary artery