Move the ball along the sternocleidomastoid
muscle from behind and below the ear all the way down to the clavicle (Figure 5).
Topographic variation of the sternocleidomastoid
muscle in a just been born children.
5 cm palpable mass localized in the medial and upper 1/3 of sternocleidomastoid
muscle with well defined borders and was hard in consistency.
Second branchial cleft cysts are most commonly found at the angle of the mandible along the anteromedial border of the sternocleidomastoid
muscle, but can occur anywhere from the oropharyngeal tonsillar fossa to the supraclavicular neck.
side of the penis Child should not be with hooding of the circumcised foreskin Sternocleidomastoid
Firm well Reassurance and tumour (Kumar, 2003) circumscribed mass gentle neck within the neck movements.
The primary outcome measure was the difference in sternocleidomastoid
(SCM) normalised surface electromyographic (EMG) amplitude over the five stages of the CCFT.
He also had rightward uvular deviation, absent gag reflex, weakness of the left sternocleidomastoid
and trapezius, House Brackman grade 2 left facial nerve weakness and an immobile left vocal cord.
Grade 1 was defined as AN that was visible only on close inspection (21 patients); grade 2 was defined as AN confined to the base of the skull (58 patients); grade 3 was defined as AN that extended laterally to the posterior border of the sternocleidomastoid
but was not visible when the patient was facing forward (48 patients); and grade 4 was defined as AN that was visible when the patient was facing forward, as the AN encircled the neck (23 patients), said Dr.
Campignion  suggested that the voluntary action of the cervical muscles, represented by the upper trapezius fibers and sternocleidomastoid
muscles could be facilitated by the action of the cervical muscle group, resulting in greater coordination of movement, proximal stabilization and functional gain in the same region.
The spinal accessory nerve innervates the sternocleidomastoid
and trapezius muscles.
The puncture site of the skin was 1 cm lateral to the sternocleidomastoid
muscle, which is a conventional puncture site for CVC insertion using the classical supraclavicular approach without the ultrasound (3).
Cervical magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed a heterogenous solid mass between the submandibular gland and sternocleidomastoid