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in the region of: vicinity

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  • vicinity
  • in the area of
  • in the range of
  • in the scope of
  • in the neighbourhood of
  • in the sphere of

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a particular area used for or associated with a specific individual or activity

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the approximate amount of something (usually used prepositionally as in 'in the region of')

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Among the possible muscular variations of the axillary region, the dorsoepicondylar medial muscle stands out because of its uncommonness, having been reported less than 30 times in the last 200 years (Loukas & Tubbs, 2009).
In the axillary region, metastatic adenocarcinoma from primary in the breast was the most common malignant lesion (22.4%) similar to that noted by Gupta et al.
Twelve weeks later, in April 2014, the patient presented with large erythematous, edematous, annular, plaques symmetrically located on axillary regions and also swelling of the hands.
1e-1f): Somewhat oval shaped, costa straight, termen sinuated, dorsum straight, discoidal cell more than half length of the wing; veins, Sc+ R1arises from the axillary region, short and separated from R1, humeral (h) curves toward the proximal region of the costal margin begins from Sc+R1 and Rs, M1 originated from upper apex of the discal cell, M2 originates from middle of the discal cell, M3 originates from lower apex of the cell, Cu1 parallel to Cu2, two veins A2 and A3arise from the axillary of the wing, A2 ending at the tornus of wing, A3 ending at dorsal margin.
During the sixth week of embryonic life, the mammary milk lines, which represent two ectodermal thickenings, develop along the side of the embryo, extending from the axillary region to the groin.
The axillary region in this patient has active, draining sinus tracts that have formed ropelike, fibrotic subcutaneous scars.
(1) Of all cystic lymphangiomas, 95% occur in the neck and axillary region. Less common locations include the mesentery, retroperitoneum, abdominal viscera, lung, and mediastinum.
The Lazy Lateral technique has built upon these examples by utilizing an elongated incision which can encompass the axillary region, as well as by allowing for either a superior or inferior take-off from the NAC to incorporate previous biopsy sites.
Hibernoma of the axillary region: a rare benign adipocytic tumor.
Multiple palpable lymph nodes were found in the axillary region. Her breathing and cardiac sounds were normal and blood pressure was 110/80 mmHg.
The localization of these cystic tumours is mainly the cervical or axillary region; in addition there are rare reports regarding their occurrence in the mediastinum, in the retroperitoneum as well as in the abdominal cavity appearing as mesenteric cysts.
Proximal nerves (eg, interscalene, supraclavicular, sciatic, and popliteal) were clearly seen as hypoechoic structures surrounded by hyperechoic border (classically described as a "honeycomb appearance"), consistent with previous reports, (5) compared to distal peripheral nerves which were smaller hyper-echoic structures such as in the axillary region. Using the combined use of nerve stimulation, the needle was frequently repositioned after an initial injection of 5 ml of local anesthesia solution to optimize the spread of local anesthesia around neural targets.
Physical examination revealed an enlarged, painful and mobile lymph node in the right axillary region (Figure 1).