subpectoral

sub·pec·to·ral

(sŭb-pek'tŏ-răl),
Beneath the pectoralis muscle.

subpectoral

(sŭb-pĕk′tor-ăl) [″ + pectus, chest]
Below the pectoral area; beneath the pectoral muscles.
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Just a fortnight later, the brave mum underwent a mastectomy and a two-stage subpectoral reconstruction.
The breast implant location is typically described in relation to the pectoralis major muscle and is either in the prepectoral/subglandular location (anterior to the pectoralis major muscle), or subpectoral (posterior to the pectoralis major muscle).
31) An open subpectoral biceps tenodesis has the advantage of providing secure fixation to bone while also removing the tendon from the bicipital groove.
The surgical technique for performing an open subpectoral biceps tenodesis involves tenotomy at the tendon base through a standard anterior arthroscopic portal.
Complications associated with subpectoral biceps tenodesis: low rates of incidence following surgery.
Further staging with CT of the chest, abdomen, and pelvis revealed massive subpectoral and right axillary adenopathy, with the largest subpectoral node measuring 4.
The majority of patients do choose breast reconstruction with a staged series of operations, firstly to place tissue expanders in the subpectoral plane at each breast bed site, then to remove these after full expansion and place permanent implants.
In addition, the Company is providing physicians an advisory reporting two device malfunctions associated with RENEWAL 3, RENEWAL 4 and VITALITY HE devices whose implantation was subpectoral and reversed from the common positioning.
The surgery included, inter alia, a bilateral mastopexy with subpectoral breast augmentation and rhinoseptoplasty to repair a deviated septum.
She reported on 114 women who completed a detailed questionnaire on the effects of bilateral prophylactic mastectomy with immediate breast reconstruction via subpectoral implants a median of 3 years after undergoing the surgery at Erasmus Medical Center, Rotterdam, the Netherlands.