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anterior

 [an-tēr´e-or]
situated at or directed toward the front; opposite of posterior.

an·ti·cus

(an-tī'kŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation ant'icus.
A term previously used in anatomic nomenclature to designate a muscle or other structure that of all similar structures is nearest to the front or ventral surface.
[L. in the very front, fr. ante, before]

anticus

/an·ti·cus/ (an-ti´kus) [L.] anterior.

anticus

anterior.
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Intermittent or partial obstruction should be treated by first rib removal through the transaxillary approach, with resection of the costoclavicular ligament medially, the first rib inferiorly, and the scalenus anticus muscle laterally.
If symptoms recurred, a first rib resection, with or without thrombectomy, was considered, as well as resection of the scalenus anticus muscle and removal of any other compressive element in the thoracic outlet, such as the costoclavicular ligament, cervical rib, or abnormal bands (55).
MONTREAL -- Anticus International Corporation ("Anticus"), a publicly traded company on the OTC:BB exchange (trading symbol: ATCI.
KELOWNA, British Columbia -- Anticus International Corporation (OTCBB:ATCI) today announced that effective immediately the Corporation will move its head offices to Montreal, Quebec and all operations will be handled by the Quebec office.
KELOWNA, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada -- Anticus Corporation ("Anticus"), a publicly traded company on the OTC:BB exchange (trading symbol: ATCI.