supraclavicular muscle

su·pra·cla·vic·u·lar mus·cle

an anomalous muscular slip running from the upper edge of the manubrium of the sternum lateralward to about the middle of the upper surface of the clavicle.
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Multiple specimens were obtained through a fine needle aspirate and core needle biopsy of the left paravertebral and supraclavicular muscles. Growth of CoNS was detected on sheep blood agar and chocolate plates at 24 hours on all the tissue specimens, with two different colony morphologies.
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