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Figure 8: Top left: The superficial branch of radial nerve (arrow) in the subcutaneous plane superficial to the radius. Top right: A needle (arrowheads) is inserted deep to the nerve. Lower left: Using dextrose solution (yellow), the nerve is separated from the periosteum of the radius. Lower right: Insertion of the needle superficial to the nerve and with further hydrodissection of the nerve with dextrose solution, the nerve is now free from adhesion from the surrounding tissue. Reprinted with permission from Philip Peng Educational Series

Figure 8: Top left: The superficial branch of radial nerve (arrow) in the subcutaneous plane superficial to the radius. Top right: A needle (arrowheads) is inserted deep to the nerve. Lower left: Using dextrose solution (yellow), the nerve is separated from the periosteum of the radius. Lower right: Insertion of the needle superficial to the nerve and with further hydrodissection of the nerve with dextrose solution, the nerve is now free from adhesion from the surrounding tissue. Reprinted with permission from Philip Peng Educational Series