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Synonyms for axillary

of or relating to the axil

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of or relating to the armpit

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Prediction of Axillary Nodal Status according to the Axillary Lymph Node to Primary Breast Tumor Maximum Standardized Uptake Value Ratio on 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose Positron Emission Tomography/Computed Tomography.
In this report, we argue that the histopathological evaluation of axillary lymph nodes that are considered radiologically suspicious can prevent possible staging errors, as in our case that was diagnosed with primary breast carcinoma.
(2004) treated the trophotagma enrichments axes as axillary branches.
Later studies, however, found that the cephalic vein courses in the upper arm lateral to biceps, to the deltopectoral groove, and perforates the clavipectoral fascia in the infraclavicular fossa to drain into the axillary vein [2].
This disorder usually occurs one to five weeks after axillary surgery.
Wherever the localization of ectopic breast tissue (axillary, inframammary, crude, and vulvar), it could develop any benign and/or malignant disease [5].
The subclavian arteries extended sideways, and gave rise to the sternoclavicular artery, thoracic artery, axillary artery, intercostal artery, and the major coracoid artery.
There are several risk factors reportedly associated with AWS including the type of surgery, BMI, age, ethnicity, axillary metastasis, oncology treatment, and healing complications.
However, the comparison between subclavian and axillary vein access through large-size sampled and randomized clinical trial is still limited.
It has been reported that the duration between the onset of the disease and its diagnosis is in the range of 18 weeks to 6 months.3 In the etiology of MBC; family history, hormonal disorders (high levels of estrogen and prolactin), exposure to radiation, liver cirrhosis along with hyperestrogenaemia and Klinefelter syndrome are thought to be effective.4 It has been reported in literature that the tumour size and axillary lymph node involvement are important prognostic factors in male breast cancer as well as in female breast cancer.
The other reason to get serious about addressing primary axillary hyperhidrosis in pediatric patients is the recent approval of glycopyrronium tosylate as a topical therapy, Dr.
While anatomical variations are common in the axillary region, not all has been described in modern human anatomy and surgical anatomy texts, raising the risk of severe injury during surgery procedure.
Dermira announced that new post-hoc analyses from its glycopyrronium tosylate clinical program will be presented in poster format at the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Dermatology being held in Washington, D.C., March 1-5, 2019.Poster presentations will highlight post-hoc data analyses from the Phase 3 clinical trials evaluating glycopyrronium tosylate in patients 9 years and older with primary axillary hyperhidrosis, commonly referred to as excessive underarm sweating.