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Related to supraclavicular: Supraclavicular nerve, supraclavicular triangle


a. supraclavicular, situado-a encima de la clavícula.
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A 42-year-old man was admitted for evaluation of a 3-month history of bilateral supraclavicular lymph nodes that crossed from level III to level IV.
The CT showed a left humeral lytic expansile and destructive bone lesion with an associated soft-tissue component extending from the axilla to the left supraclavicular region (Figure 3).
25% bupivacaine for supraclavicular nerve blockade would significantly prolong the duration of postoperative analgesia after shoulder surgery in the ambulatory setting.
He presented in August 2010 with a palpable left supraclavicular lymph node and underwent a radical left cervical lymph node dissection, showing one positive node out of 28.
Application of the Doppler ultrasound bloodflow detector in supraclavicular brachial plexus block.
Also, multiple hypermetabolic areas in the cervical, supraclavicular, mediastinal, and infradiaphragmatic lymph nodes and a hypermetabolic area in right fourth costa that may be associated with metastatic bone lesions were reported.
The risk of microscopic invasion of the supraclavicular lymph nodes is largely influenced by the number of involved axillary nodes.
Comparative study between tramodal and dexamethasone as an admixture to bupivacaine in supraclavicular brachial plexus block.
More widely recognized yet actually less discriminatory clinical features include facial fullness and the "buffalo hump," supraclavicular fullness, central obesity, hirsutism, reduced libido, edema, and thin or poorly healing skin.
Anderson compared data on 38,225 women with breast cancer against 111,944 controls and found that the 5-year incidence of hypothyroidism was identical (14%) whether the patients had received radiation or not; even supraclavicular radiation, in which the radiation beam may have reached the thyroid gland, did not change risk of being hypothyroid.
Provocative testing in neurogenic TOS is unreliable, but the 90-degree shoulder abduction and external rotation test and a Tinel sign over the supraclavicular brachial plexus seem to have the best predictive value.