costoclavicular


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costoclavicular

 [kos″to-klah-vik´u-ler]
pertaining to the ribs and clavicle.

cos·to·cla·vic·u·lar

(kos-tō-klă-vik'yū-lăr),
Relating to the ribs and the clavicle.

costoclavicular

/cos·to·cla·vic·u·lar/ (-klah-vik´u-lar) pertaining to the ribs and clavicle.

costoclavicular

[-klavik′yələr]
Etymology: L, costa + clavicula, little key
pertaining to or involving the ribs and the clavicle.

cos·to·cla·vic·u·lar

(kos'tō-klă-vik'yū-lăr)
Relating to the ribs and the clavicle.
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Particularly, the brachial plexus components can be affected at the interscalene triangle, costoclavicular space, or less commonly, the pectoralis minor space.
Espacio costoclavicular, delimitado anteriormente por el musculo subclavio, superiormente por el tercio medio de la clavicula, posteromedial por la primera costilla y posterolateral por el borde superior de la escapula; contiene los vasos subclavios y los troncos secundarios del plexo braquial.
Three of these four patients had distal subclavian injuries requiring stent grafting across the costoclavicular space (1 Fluency; 1 standard Viabahn and 1 heparin-bonded Viabahn) and one patient had a distal axillary stent graft (heparin-bonded Viabahn).
Novamente citando o trabalho de Scherer e colaboradores (2006), a analise dos marcadores de estresse musculo esqueletico nos membros superiores da serie Tapera indica a realizacao de movimentos que demandam intensas solicitacoes na area de fixacao do ligamento costoclavicular na clavicula, o que seria compativel com a atividade de remar (Hawkey e Merbs 1995).
El sindrome de pinzamiento costoclavicular (SPCC) es una complicacion de estos cateteres, que debe ser reconocida, tratada y, lo mas importante, evitada.
4-7) Allman (8) described sprain injuries to the sternoclavicular joint and assigned them a grade from I (no joint laxity) to III (complete rupture of sternoclavicular and costoclavicular ligaments with dislocation).
superior and anterior: the clavicle, subclavius muscle and costoclavicular ligament
TOS is one such general term used for problems stemming from nerve or blood vessel compression in their passage from the cervical area toward the axilla and proximal arm either at the interscalene triangle, the costoclavicular triangle, or the subcoracoid space.
It usually occurs after medial intrathoracic puncture of the subclavian vein and results in damaging of the pacemaker lead body by entrapment within the costoclavicular ligament and/or the subclavian muscle (3, 4).
Effort-induced thrombosis accounts for a quarter of upper-extremity DVT cases and in its primary form is described as an underlying chronic venous compressive abnormality caused by the musculoskeletal structures in the costoclavicular space at the thoracic inlet, outlet or both.
Two of the most important musculoskeletal considerations in TOS are the amount of space between the rib and clavicle, the costoclavicular space and interscalene triangle (the space bounded by the anterior scalene muscle anteriorly), the middle scalene posteriorly, and the first rib inferiorly.