sternoclavicular


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ster·no·cla·vic·u·lar

 (stûr′nō-klə-vĭk′yə-lər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or connecting the sternum and the clavicle.
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USG and CT scan of the neck revealed that thyroid tissue (33 * 38 mm) was visualised with multiple cysts, having few septae and chunky calcifications near the right sternoclavicular junction (Fig.
Sacroiliitis and spondylitis with sternoclavicular hyperostosis: SAPHO or an ankylosing spondylitis variant?
Right CCA usually takes its origin at the level of sternoclavicular joint, however its origin may be at a superior level in 12% of the cases, or it may originate as a separate artery from the aortic arch (Vitek & Reaves, 1973).
A 25-year-old woman presented with the complaints of swelling and pain in the right sternoclavicular joint.
While bombing down a ditch my wheel came off and I fell to flat, dislocating my sternoclavicular joint and breaking my collarbone.
Along its cranial course, the subclavian artery first gave off the sternoclavicular artery, and then the axillary artery, intercostal artery and finally internal and external thoracic arteries.
Participants were instructed to hold the barbell while in a front rack position (holding the bar in a flexed position at the sternoclavicular joint, with the triceps parallel to the floor) while performing a front squat.
In addition to the involvement of the thoracic vertebrae, normal motion is compromised due to fusion of the joints at the costovertebral, costosternal, manubriosternal and sternoclavicular levels, and chest expansion is therefore significantly restricted.
A PET/CT scan suggested an infective process involving the right sternoclavicular joint, with intrathoracic extension into the anterior mediastinum, with a small anterior mediastinal inflammatory mass in close proximity to the brachiocephalic artery (Figure 4).
The areas they cover are anatomy and approaches; glenohumeral instability; rotator cuff and biceps; sternoclavicular and acromioclavicular joint injuries and clavicle fractures; humeral and scapular fractures; glenohumeral arthritis; muscle ruptures, scapulothoracic articulation, and nerve problems; additional arthroscopic procedures for the shoulder; tendon disorders of the elbow; elbow stiffness; elbow instability; elbow fractures; and elbow arthritis.