Intra operatively there was a thick walled, multilobulated cyst in the supraclavicular region within the muscles of scalenus anterior and posterior and going underneath the deltoid muscle
. The cyst was excised in toto (Figure-2a, b) and sent for histo-pathological examination which was consistent with hydatid cyst (Figure-2c, d).
Motor response of the musculocutaneus nerve was recorded from the biceps muscle, the axillary nerve from the deltoid muscle
, and the radial nerve from the triceps muscle by using superficial electrodes.
Muscle biopsy of right deltoid muscle
revealed dystrophic findings which further confirmed the diagnosis of FSHD.
The preferred site of administration is over the deltoid muscle
. Injection-site erythema, induration, swelling, and pruritus occur more frequently than with intramuscular vaccine, but usually these reactions are self-limited, resolving within 3 to 7 days.
on Day 1 in the deltoid muscle
. From Day 8 and monthly thereafter, patients were assigned to one of three fixed doses of XEPLION (25, 100 and 150 mg eq) administered into either the deltoid or gluteal muscle for a period of 13 weeks.
([section]) For adults and older children, the recommended site of vaccination is the deltoid muscle
. The preferred site for infants and young children is the anterolateral aspect of the thigh.
The last report, adopted in 2006, includes a grid calling for the use of a 5 / 8-inch needle in newborns injected at the anterolateral thigh, a 1-inch needle in those aged 1-12 months injected at the anterolateral thigh, a 1- to 1 1/4-inch needle in those aged 1-2 years injected at the anterolateral thigh or a 5/8- to 1-inch needle in those injected at the deltoid muscle
of the arm, and a 5 / 8-to 1-inch needle in those aged 3-18 years injected at the deltoid muscle
of the arm or a 1- to 1 1/4-inch needle in those injected at the anterolateral thigh.
. The deltoid is the preferred site for vaccinations in adults (Nicoll & Hesby, 2002; Potter & Perry, 2005; Workman, 1999).
For the bow to remain exactly where it was during the aiming process, the deltoid muscle
of the shoulder has to spring into action just as you release the arrow.
This motion strengthens the back side of the deltoid muscle
. Be careful not to force the arm too far backward.
You also know that cancer took the deltoid muscle
in his pitching arm in '88, and after his courageous comeback, cancer returned to claim not only his arm but his shoulder and collarbone.
He also described provocative test with the patients arm in abduction and pushed backward to relax the deltoid muscle
, pressure is applied with index finger into the neck of the spine of scapulae where the spinoglenoid notch is presumably located.