Scapular region

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(Zool.) a definite longitudinal area over the shoulder and along each side of the back of a bird, from which the scapular feathers arise.

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He presented with recent history of fever, left sided pain in the scapular region and difficulty in breathing.
Towards the centre of the lesion, the skin may become thickened and increased growth of terminal hair may appear on and around the lesion and have been reported in about 70% of the cases.3 The usual sites which are involved include shoulder, anterior chest and scapular region. Lesions on face, neck and distal limbs have been reported less commonly.4 Presence of lesions on the hands have rarely been reported obliging us to present this case.
Subclinical elastofibromas in the scapular region in an autopsy series.
A 27-year-old right-hand-dominant and otherwise healthy female student presented with a pain in the right upper scapular region that increased with shoulder motion and resting in the supine position.
On inspection of the left scapular region, approximately 7 x 5 cm area of cellulitis was noted, with a small opening and associated purulent drainage.
This revealed a well-defined cystic lesion measuring 7 mm x 4 mm with thick echogenic content noted in subcutaneous plane of right scapular region. No significant vascularity was however noted.
They stated the importance of knowledge of blood supply to the muscles of the scapular region and that controversy still exists.
A 56 years-old woman presented with a 6 months' history of intermittent left upper quadrant colicky pain, radiating to the left scapular region, which is aggravated by fatty food.
coat appearance Dandruff Head, mane, chest and abdomen Hair loss/ Thorax, abdomen, thighs and gaskin alopecia Ring worm Face, head, neck, girth area and thoracic wall Sweat itch head, mane, neck, rump and tail head Scaly, crusty Withers, mane and sub scapular region. and dry skin Ecto-parasite Supra pubic area, ventral abdomen and axilla infestation Bacterial Body, trunk and axilla dermatitis Sun burn Fore head and thorax Frost bite Fetlock and pastern Greasy heals Coronet and hoof Saddle gall Dorsal thoracic wall Mange Withers Skin bumps Flank, ventral abdomen and neck region.
The distribution of BN localization was as follows: mostly on the pectoral region (24.64%), and in decreasing order, on the scapular region (23.18%), shoulder (18.84%), infrascapular region (17.39%), arm (5.80%), abdomen (5.80%) and the thigh (4.35%).
3B) Trunk tan to light brown dorsally, pale ventrally; dark markings along trunk present but faded in some specimens; black pigmentation on scapular region, head, and caudal fin (described in the previous paragraph) easily visible; barring on pectoral fin indistinct.