subclavicular


Also found in: Dictionary.

subclavian

 [sub-kla´ve-an]
below the clavicle.
subclavian steal syndrome cerebral or brainstem ischemia resulting from diversion of blood flow from the basilar artery to the subclavian artery, in the presence of occlusive disease of the proximal portion of the subclavian artery.

sub·cla·vic·u·lar

(sŭb'kla-vik'yū-lăr),
Pertaining to the region beneath the clavicle.

subclavicular

/sub·cla·vic·u·lar/ (sub″klah-vik´u-ler) subclavian.

subclavicular

(sub?kla-vik'u-lar) [L. sub, under, below, + clavicula, little key] Subclavian.
References in periodicals archive ?
The 3rd trocar was introduced 4 cm lower the right costal margin in a point between median subclavicular and anterior axillary lines.
Had our prehuman ancestors chosen to swing from tree limb to tree limb instead of taking on laborious bipedal locomotion, our pectoral muscles would resemble those of the lemur, the gibbon, the mandrill, or the orangutan, with subclavicular musculatures ideally fitted to bough lurching.
Uptake by MCL involving the right subclavicular, bilateral axillary, and bilateral inguinal lymph nodes were also noted (Figure 1).
Harrison's Manual of Medicine specifies that nodes >4 cm located in the subclavicular or scalene area or hard nodes fixed to surrounding tissues should be biopsied immediately, and that tender nodes are most often benign.
Additionally, there are significant false pN0 rates of 15% to 30% for each of the following reasons[6]: (a) surgical sampling errors at sentinel or full axillary node dissection; (b) pathologic false-negative findings on evaluation with hematoxylin-eosin-stained sections; (c) internal mammary nodal involvement; and (d) involvement of interpectoral, level II, level III, and subclavicular lymph nodes.
An implantable pulse generator (PINS, Beijing, China) was implanted subcutaneously in the left subclavicular region, thereafter under general anesthesia and connected to the leads in the GPi while the leads in the STN were removed.
Se realizo un bolsillo subclavicular derecho subcutaneo por encima de musculo pectoral mayor.
A 25-month-old girl with an unremarkable medical history was hospitalized in the pediatric department of Timone Hospital, Marseille, France, due to development of swelling in a right subclavicular lymph node over a 1-month period.
La baciloscopia directa para bacilo de Koch fue negativa y la radiografia del torax mostro cardiomegalia global y opacidad parenquimal, en la region subclavicular izquierda (Figura 1).
The pacemaker pocket was placed beneath the pectoral muscle in 92 patients (59%) and subcutaneous in 49 patients (32%) through the subclavicular incision, and under the pectoral muscle in 14 patients (9%) through the axillary incision at the initial implantation.