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Third head of biceps brachii in South Indian population
Figure 1: Dissected right arm shows third head of biceps brachii. (BL – biceps long head; BS – biceps short head; CB – coraco brachialis, MCN – musculo cutaneous nerve; BR – brachialis; THB – third head of biceps brachii; BT – biceps tendon).
Higher bifurcation of brachial artery with abnormal superficial palmar arch
Figure 1: Showing the high origin of superficial ulnar artery. SUA: Superficial Ulnar artery; BA: Brachial artery; RA: Radial artery; CIA: Common Interosseous Artery.
High origin of ulnar artery
Figure  1:  Dissection  of  the  front  of  the  arm  showing  the high  origin  of  superficial  ulnar  artery  (SUA)  from  the brachial artery (BrA). Median nerve (MN) and biceps brachii muscle  (BB)  are  pushed  laterally  to  expose  the  vessels. (MCV-  Median  cubital  vein,  BiA-  Bicipital  aponeurosis, BV- Basilic vein)
Segmental agenesis of right vertebral artery
Figure:  1:  MR  non  contrast  angiogram  showing  (a) Right subclavian  artery  (b)  Right  vertebral  artery  arising  from right subclavian artery (c) Right vertebral artery terminating blindly at C2 vertebra (d) Left vertebral artery arising from left subclavian artery (e) Left subclavian artery.