Regarding Cubital fossa

Most medial structure in the cubital fossa is: A. Brachial artery B. Tendon of biceps C. Radial nerve D. Median nerveDr. Sabista Naaz Dr. Dinesh Gupta Nasira Bashir

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The cubital fossa contains four structures, which from medial to lateral are: 1/The median nerve... 2 /The brachial artery... 3 /The tendon of biceps brachii (biceps brachii is a muscle of the anterior compartment of the arm. 4 /The radial nerve.

Median nerve . Brachial artery . Tendon of biceps . Superficial branch of radial nerve. "M B B S"

Okay again an Mnemonic device Nasira but you must have to mention in it the order of structures from Medial to Lateral side. Nothing should be taken for granted in this Subject . Otherwise it is Okay & fine.
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Median nerve found most medially within the cubital fossa .

SUGGESTIVE OF D MEDIAN NERVE

D. Median nerve

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