sternocostal


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ster·no·cos·tal

 (stûr′nō-kŏs′təl)
adj.
Of or relating to both the sternum and the ribs.

[stern(um) + Latin costa, rib; see kost- in Indo-European roots + -al.]

sternocostal

(ˌstɜːnəˈkɒstəl)
adj
of, pertaining to, or located between the ribs and the sternum
Translations

ster·no·cos·tal

a. esternocostal, rel. al esternón y las costillas.
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Then, she was under regular surveillance without any sign of relapse till the 7[sup]th year in 2015; a tender mass was palpated at the right sternocostal region.
No identifiable intercostal muscle or tissue existed between the two rib segments from the sternocostal junction to the midclavicular line (Fig.
05) increases in FEV1, FEV1 /FVC1, latissimusdorsi strength, pectoralis major clavicular portion strength, pectoralis major sternocostal portion strength and emotional and digestion HRQOL domains, while decreasing pectoralis minor strength on the left and social, body image and respiration HRQOL domains.
However, it is typically described as having two main heads: the clavicular head (CH) and the sternocostal head (SH).
Having the upper arm horizontal best stretches the sternocostal head of the pectoralis major; placing the hand/ forearm lower preferentially stretches the clavicular head of the pectoralis major; and placing the hand/forearm higher preferentially stretches the pectoralis minor.
Currently it is assumed that PS is characterised by a missing sternocostal bundle of the pectoralis major muscle.
The aim of this study was to analyses the muscle of the pectoralis major clavicular head, pectoralis major sternocostal head and anterior head of deltoid muscle on fly exercises, which investigate range of motion in 30, 60, 90 degrees on horizontal plane and the incline plane (30) in seven healthy subjects.
Nuss who performs operative correction of the deformed sternocostal complex without resection of the costal cartilages and sternotomy.
Findings were significant for increased uptake in the left fourth rib and degenerative changes within the acromia, sternocostal joints and lumbar spine, but negative in the orbit.
Anterior to posterior challenge of the third to six sternocostal joints was performed with the patient in a supine position with the patient's hands placed in between the clinician's hands and the patient's chest.
The most important factor in the prevention of sternal wound complications is a stable sternal approximation; as bony union depends on adequate reduction and immobilization of the sternocostal junctions (9).
The identification of the sinoatrial nodal artery (SAN), as either right or left coronary artery branch, was made by a careful dissection thought a paramedian incision in the sternocostal joint.
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