axilla


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Synonyms for axilla

the hollow under the arm where it is joined to the shoulder

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face, arms, axilla, breast, thighs, trunk, scalp or pubic region and is the commonest eccrine tumour.
5] Aesthetic consideration is important as well to achieve good contour and texture of the axilla.
If the sentinel node is free of disease, no further surgical management of the axilla is required.
Pain, which is the major symptom of this entity, can be felt in the shoulder or axilla.
Ipsilateral axilla was included in supraclavicular field and was radiated to same dose with antero-posterior field using 6MV photon beam in patients with node positive extra-capsular disease (ECE) in axilla.
The diagnosis of AWS is primarily made based on reported symptoms of pain and restricted motion, visual inspection and palpation of the axilla, upper extremity, and trunk for signs of cording.
The National Surgical Adjuvant Breast and Bowel Project (NSABP) B-32 randomized prospective clinical trial established SLN biopsy as a safe and effective method for staging the axilla, demonstrating that SLN biopsy is equivalent to ALND in patients with T1 to T2, cN0 invasive breast carcinoma (Table).
AXILLA DEODORANT PASTE, however, I find works as well as any rival brand I've tried.
In his article, "Intractable shoulder dystocia: A posterior axilla maneuver may save the day," which appeared in the April 2016 issue of OBG Management, Editor in Chief Robert L.
Two of the patients had negative sentinel lymph node but positive non sentinel lymph node (false negative), and in three cases sentinel lymph node were involved only but not the rest of the axilla (False positive).
Screening mammography revealed no abnormalities in the breast or axilla.
The authors have organized the main body of their text in three chapters devoted to the topography of the chest wall, axilla, and back, breast cancer, breast surgery and esthetics, terminology and diagnosis, concepts for surgical treatments, surgical techniques, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
The iTClamp Hemorrhage Control System is designed to control bleeding in seconds and can be used in the scalp, neck, extremities, groin and axilla areas.
These anomalies are more common in women and also most frequently located along the mammary line, extending from the axilla to pubic region.
A 45-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital for the evaluation of a painless and palpable lump in her right axilla.