presternal

presternal

ventral to the sternum.

presternal calcification
calcification of originally fat necrotic lesions in the brisket of cattle resulting from repeated trauma caused by lying down or by pressure by feed trough. Called also putty brisket.
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Lesions are less commonly located in the presternal and interscapular regions and the flexures.
Keloids can vary in size from millimetres to centimetres in diameter, and are most common in areas, such as the posterior shoulder, presternal area, earlobes and posterior neck.
Expanding Peritoneal Dialysis Options at Capital District Health Authority, Halifax, NS: Introducing the Presternal PD Catheter
Presternal odem kabakulak enfeksiyonunun glanduler komplikasyonlari icinde yer alir ve %2.
Genellikle sacli deri, yuz, fleksural bolgeler ve presternal alanlar gibi sebase bezlerin yogun olarak bulundugu bolgelerde gorulur.
Three different compartments may be affected: the presternal (cellulitis, sinus tracts, abscess), sternal (osteomyelitis, dehiscence), or retrosternal (mediastinitis, hematoma, abscess) compartments.
A previously healthy 50-year-old woman without history of trauma presented with painful presternal swelling and fever.
Schweisguth et al reported a presternal FR in an infant with NBCCS.
We have, in the past, utilized presternal PD catheters, so the idea of tunneling a catheter was familiar.
Presternal edema, a rare complication of mumps, was encountered in a 9-year-old boy who was diagnosed as mumps.