clavicular


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cla·vic·u·lar

(kla-vik'yū-lăr),
Relating to the clavicle.

clavicular

[kləvik′yələr]
pertaining to the clavicle (collarbone).

clavicular

adjective Pertaining to the clavicle

cla·vic·u·lar

(klă-vik'yū-lăr)
Relating to the clavicle.
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13] Based on their experience, the authors suggest that passive intraoperative arm abduction be completed during all clavicular nonunion osteosynthesis operations since this maneuver provokes compression of the thoracic outlet and may allow early detection of vascular TOS.
Reappraisal of neonatal clavicular fracture: relationship between infant size and neonatal morbidity.
Outcome of operative treatment if fresh lateral clavicular fracture.
001), pectoralis major: clavicular portion strength on the left (p=0.
Asi, por ejemplo, el manejo quirurgico de deformidades en claviculas con escision del segmento clavicular sera solo en caso de que estas causen problemas neurologicos, vasculares o en la piel.
Risk factors for postoperative complications of displaced clavicular midshaft fractures.
Radiography demonstrated a left distal clavicular fracture (type 2b according to Craig's classification and type 3B1 according to Robinson's classification) with an avulsion fracture of the coracoid attachment of the CCL [9] (Figure 1(a)).
5) A total of 101 neonatal injuries were reported in association with a shoulder dystocia, the most common being Erb's palsy, clavicular fracture, and hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy.
Of these, four had bone metastases, two thoracic vertebra involvement, and one each clavicular and bone marrow involvement.
1998) on the Triceps Brachii (TRICEP), Upper Trapezius (TRAPS), Anterior Deltoid (DELT), Clavicular Pectoralis (PEC), Rectus Abdominis (ABS), Rectus Femoris (FEM), and Lumbar Erector Spinae (LUMB) on the dominant side of the body.
Segun clasificacion OTA para fractura clavicular, la mas frecuente fue 15-B3.
The insertion site of the sternal head is located just posterior and slightly superior to the clavicular head insertion, in all of our cases both the clavicular and sternal heads were ruptured and in these situations care should be taken to reapproximate their anatomy and orientation.