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Synonyms for clavicle

bone linking the scapula and sternum

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Despite the anatomical proximity of the subclavian vessels to the clavicle, vascular complications with clavicular fractures are rare occurrences, with TOS reported as an acute or late complication due to malposition of the clavicle fracture fragment nonunion, malunion, or hypertrophic callus formation.
Case 3: A 42-year-old woman presented with a 2 cm ulcerated, crusted plaque over the left clavicular region that had erupted 2 years earlier.
Nonoperative treatment compared with plate fixation of displaced midshaft clavicular fractures.
La paciente que se describe solo comparte el rafe supraumbilical, hipoplasia clavicular y anomalia de Sprengel; las otras aracteristicas no coinciden con el patron de anomalias reportado en la embriopatia por acido retinoico; ademas, en el presente caso no se recoge informacion de exposicion prenatal a retinoides o alguno de los derivados de la vitamina A.
Neonatal clavicular fracture: clinical analysis of incidence, predisposing factors, diagnosis, and outcome.
Open reduction and clavicular plate fixation with the use of different plate systems such as Basler plate, AO hook plate, Wolter hook plate, etc.
05) increases in FEV1, FEV1 /FVC1, latissimusdorsi strength, pectoralis major clavicular portion strength, pectoralis major sternocostal portion strength and emotional and digestion HRQOL domains, while decreasing pectoralis minor strength on the left and social, body image and respiration HRQOL domains.
MRI can identify distortion or displacement of the plexus in the thoracic outlet or supraclavicular space, usually from fibrous bands but also from clavicular abnormality.
Owing to the rarity of the condition, guidelines for treatment for clavicular, skull and other bone anomalies associated with CCD does not exist in the literature.
Levator claviculae muscle presenting as a hard clavicular mass: imaging study.
Extensive infiltration of neoplastic cells was observed in the lung parenchyma, syringeal muscle and submucosa, clavicular air sac interstitium, parenchyma of the kidneys and spleen, and adventitia and lamina propria of the esophagus, proventriculus, isthmus, ventriculus, and duodenum (Fig 4B through D).
7,8] The possible risks to the baby include skin laceration, cephalhematoma, clavicular, and skull fractures, brachial plexus injury, and facial nerve palsy.
En las radiografias se aprecia hipoplasia clavicular bilateral, asi como aspecto displasico bilateral de los acetabulos con incremento bilateral de la inclinacion (angulo acetabular derecho 30 grados; izquierdo, 36 grados) y aumento del diametro cervicodiafisario.
Estimating the risk of nonunion following nonoperative treatment of a clavicular fracture.