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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It progressively involved the right upper eyelid, frontoparietal, temporal, retroauricular, parotid and mandibular regions, lips and presternal area.
For symmastia correction, the lower web-like soft tissue was removed from the overlying presternal skin and subdermal sutures were applied along the inframammary fold with 3-0 polydioxanone sutures on each side through reduction mammoplasty.
The insertion site commonly is located to the left or right of the umbilicus and sometimes is placed through the superior abdominal wall or presternal area, for which extended-length catheters are necessary (Burkart, 2015; Ellsworth, 2016).
Surgical treatment and histopathology of different forms of Olecranon and presternal bursitis in cattle and buffalo.
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.
Site wise tumour maturity showed sacrococcygeal region (N: 17, MT: 14, IMT: 3), ovaries (N-7, MT-5, IMT-2), retroperitoneum (N-5, MT-4, IMT-1), gastric (N-3, MT-3)(Figure 7C), extra-renal (N-2, MT-2), right side of neck (N-1, IMT-1)(Figure 6B), testis (N-1, MT-1), presternal (N-1, MT-1), lesser sac (N-1, MT-1), between stomach and pancreas(N-1, MT-1), adherent to transverse colon (N-1, MT-1), presacral (N-1, MT-1), mediastinal (N-1, MT-1), gluteal (N-1, MT-1) and scalp (N-1, MT-1).
The usual sites of these lesions are suprasternal notch, presternal area, the neck and scapula.
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.
In the imago: 1) general coloration dark brown; 2) presternal triangle anteriorly pointed but with truncated appearance because of a surrounding marginal sclerotization (Fig.