sternoclavicular


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sternoclavicular

 [ster″no-klah-vik´u-lar]
pertaining to the sternum and clavicle.
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ster·no·cla·vic·u·lar

(ster'nō-kla-vik'yū-lăr),
Relating to the sternum and the clavicle.
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sternoclavicular

(stûr′nō-klə-vĭk′yə-lər)
adj.
Of, relating to, or connecting the sternum and the clavicle.
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ster·no·cla·vic·u·lar

(stĕr'nō-klă-vik'yū-lăr)
Relating to the sternum and the clavicle.
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Fatal posterior sternoclavicular joint dislocation due to occult trauma.
Wallace, "A rare case of floating clavicle and a novel technique for stabilizing the sternoclavicular joint," Shoulder & Elbow, vol.
The most common target site of osteoarticular lesions for SAPHO syndrome in adults is the anterior chest wall, in particular, the clavicles, sternum, and sternoclavicular joints, followed by the sacroiliac region and the spine [14].
Clinical manifestations of late congenital syphilis include perioral fissures (rhagades), saddle nose deformity, frontal bossing, Hutchinson's triad (peg-shaped, notched, widely spaced permanent upper central incisors; interstitial keratitis; and the eighth cranial nerve deafness), multicusped first molars (mulberry molars), mental retardation, perforation of the hard palate, prognathism, painless effusion of knees (Clutton joints), thickening of sternoclavicular joint (Higoumenakis sign), scaphoid scapula, and anterior bowing of shins (saber shins) [5, 7, 9, 12].
It has different names including nonbacterial osteitis, sternoclavicular hyperostosis, pustulotic arthroosteitis, spondyloarthritis hyperostotica pustulopsoriatica, and chronic recurrent multifocal osteomyelitis [3, 4].
TMJ and jaw reconstruction in patients with HFM has been described using autogenous tissue such as rib graft or sternoclavicular graft alone or in conjunction with orthognathic surgery in patients with various degrees of deformity, but without high-quality outcomes documentation.
Sacroiliitis and spondylitis with sternoclavicular hyperostosis: SAPHO or an ankylosing spondylitis variant?
Right CCA usually takes its origin at the level of sternoclavicular joint, however its origin may be at a superior level in 12% of the cases, or it may originate as a separate artery from the aortic arch (Vitek & Reaves, 1973).
A 25-year-old woman presented with the complaints of swelling and pain in the right sternoclavicular joint.
While bombing down a ditch my wheel came off and I fell to flat, dislocating my sternoclavicular joint and breaking my collarbone.
The exclusion criteria were the inability or unwillingness to give informed consent; previous surgery on the affected shoulder; inflammatory, neurological (systemic or local), or infectious disease; cognitive or psychiatric disorders; local tumor metastasis or application of radiotherapy; use of antidepressants, anxiolytics, or other medications that could have affected attentional and sensory processes; the presence of refractive errors that were improperly compensated; and patients with sternoclavicular joint dysfunction and cognitive impairment or memory.