subclavicular


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subclavicular

(ˌsʌbkləˈvɪkjʊlə)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy relating to the area beneath the clavicle or collarbone
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La extension de la enfermedad pulmonar fue determinada por el compromiso del parenquima pulmonar, resultante de la suma de los cuadrantes pulmonares comprometidos (apical, subclavicular interna, subclavicular externa, hiliar, parahiliar, basal interna y basal externa) por fibrosis o secuela fibrotica.
The pulse generators were implanted in the left subclavicular region and programmed to DDD(R) mode.
Son conocidas cuatro vias de ingreso: transaxilar, supraclavicular, subclavicular y posterior.
Self extracting transcatheter aortic valve via transfemoral approach, subclavicular or direct aortic 1- 50
At the time of autopsy, an implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) was identified in the subcutaneous tissues of the left subclavicular chest, with distal leads terminating in a small amount of fibrous tissue within the right auricular appendage and along the medial wall of the right ventricle.
Visualization was enhanced by performing the examination with the neck hyper extended and by asking the patient to swallow so as to elevate the subclavicular portion of the gland.
Como el caso que nos ocupa que corresponde al grado I, con el unico componente del nulo desarrollo de la porcion costoesternal del pectoral mayor por lo que el hallazgo caracteristico es la depresion subclavicular y el marcado surco axilar determinado por la ausencia muscular.
It is assumed that the aplasia of the pectoralis muscles and associated chest defects as the athelia aplasia of costal cartilages are consequences of an interruption of early embryonic blood supply of subclavicular artery branches.
After correct placement was confirmed, and trial stimulation was found to be successful, a pulse generator implantation procedure, similar to the procedure used to implant a pacemaker, was performed in the subclavicular space.
Otros sitios menos comunes incluyen el tubo digestivo, el area parafaringea, el hueso, la region subclavicular y, rara vez, el conducto espermatico [6,10].