Manubrial


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Ma`nu´bri`al


a.1.(Anat.) Of or pertaining to a manubrium; shaped like a manubrium; handlelike.
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Diagnosis: Thoracic uncini are avicular with a manubrial length twice the distance from the crest to the base of the uncinar breast.
Furca reduced to finely granulated area, with 4 small dental chaetae arranged in 2 rows posteriorly and 1 manubrial row of chaetae (Figs.
The morphology of cubomedusan subumbrellar, rhopalial, tentacular, manubrial, and exumbrellar nervous structures is known (Eichinger and Satterlie, 2014), and yet little is known about the physiological connections between these nervous system components.
The most common location for IPG placement is the infraclavicular region, and it is marked typically 2 cm below the clavicle and 4 cm away from the midline or 2 cm away from the lateral manubrial border.
Reconstructions required after clavicle or manubrial resection for infection or tumor were excluded, as those reconstructions included soft tissue reconstruction for chest wall defects.
She was treated with a total wide-field laryngectomy, total thyroidectomy, and manubrial resection with postoperative radio therapy (4,800 Gy in 22 fractions over 35 days).
Two consultant ENT surgeons were consulted and they also felt uncomfortable to proceed with an open surgical tracheostomy, suggesting that a manubrial resection would have to be done in order to facilitate tracheostomy placement.