cervical plexus


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Noun1.cervical plexus - a nerve plexus lying beneath the sternocleidomastoid muscle
nerve plexus - a network of intersecting nerves
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sup][1] Currently, treatments of diaphragmatic myoclonus include cervical plexus block, phrenic neurectomy, and medications such as carbamazepine and phenytoin.
The interscalene approach to the brachial plexus is best suited to surgery of the shoulder or upper arm surgery where a block of the lower cervical plexus is also desirable.
We conducted a study to evaluate the hypothesis that the preservation of cervical root branches of the cervical plexus is associated with greater shoulder mobility, less loss of face and neck sensation, and better quality of life (QoL) following functional neck dissection in which the spinal accessory nerve is spared.
We consider that her left Claude Bernard Horner syndrome is secondary to the upper thoracic interventions with the injury of cervical plexus.
Objective: To evaluate the benefits efficacy and safety of local cervical plexus block in the performance of carotid endarterectomy in the absence of sophisticated cerebral perfusion monitoring.
One is the role of the calcimimetics especially in older individuals and the other is to use minimally invasive approaches after imaging procedures with just local anaesthesia or a cervical plexus block.
4 The types of loco-regional anesthesia for CEA include deep, superficial, intermediate and combined cervical plexus block (CPB).
Between 'sufentanil' and 'supraventricular tachycardia', adjacent entries in the index of the second edition, we now find 'sugammadex', 'superficial cervical plexus block', 'cervical mediastinoscopy' and 'supraclavicular block'.
The superficial cervical plexus is formed from ventral roots of C2-C4.
6) Autopsy in a case of neonatal isolated phrenic nerve palsy revealed haemosiderin deposits at the phrenic nerve and cervical plexus.
These include cutaneous branches of the cervical plexus supplying the skin overlying the posterior triangle; the platysma and omohyoid muscles; the spinal accessory nerve, which innervates the SCM and trapezius muscles; the deep cervical lymph nodes; the brachial plexus; and numerous arteries and veins--prominent is the external jugular vein (see Figure 2).
cervical plexus nerve branches originating from the higher cervical regions) can be connected to nearby dysfunctional nerves below the injury site (e.