cervical triangle

cer·vi·cal tri·an·gle

any of the triangles of the neck.
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At the time of CLL diagnosis, he had palpable lymphadenopathy in the left posterior cervical triangle, both axillae, and significant pelvic lymphadenopathy causing bladder obstruction requiring catheterization.
Caption: Figure 2: T2 weighted image in coronal view revealing a macrocystic lesion in the right side posterior cervical triangle.
Muller, "Arteries in the posterior cervical triangle in man," Clinical Anatomy, vol.
Although third branchial cleft anomalies are rare, they are still the second most common congenital lesion of the posterior cervical triangle of the neck after lymphatic malformations.
(8.) Akal M., Kara M.: Primary hydatid cyst of the posterior cervical triangle. J Laryngol Otol, 202, 116: 153-155.
Physical examination revealed an 8 x 6-cm, firm mass filling the right supraclavicular fossa and extending into the upper posterior cervical triangle. The abduction and rotation of the shoulder and flexion of the forearm were totally lost.
Spinal accessory nerve palsy commonly occurs as a result of iatrogenic injury, usually during lymph node excision in the posterior cervical triangle. Numerous alternative etiologies are described.
Computed tomography scan of the neck showed multiple, bilateral, necrotic lymph nodes in the posterior cervical triangle, more notable on the right, with retropharyngeal abscesses (Figure).
Although the child went into apparent remission after 9 months of biochemotherapy, a follow-up PET scan at age 11 revealed abnormal loci in the liver, bilateral cervical triangle, and right paratracheal areas.
Although the child went into apparent remission after 9 months of biochemotherapy, a follow-up positron emission tomography scan at age 11 revealed abnormal loci in the liver, bilateral cervical triangle, and right paratracheal areas.
Usually, the suprascapular artery originates from the thyrocervical trunk, then it runs laterally to posterior cervical triangle. During the course, it passes in front of the scalene anterior muscle, the phrenic nerve, the third part of the subclavian artery and the primary cords of the brachial plexus sequentially.