suprasternal


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suprasternal

 [soo″prah-ster´nal]
above the sternum.

su·pra·ster·nal

(sū'pră-ster'năl),
Above the sternum.
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PDA is usually detected in basal sections of parasternal short axis window or distal half of the aortic arch in suprasternal window.
The lesion is situated in the midline between the chin and suprasternal area, with variable length and width.
A horizontal incision 5 mm in length is made at the level of the suprasternal notch to allow direct access to the transverse aorta without damaging the pleural space.
His symptoms of sore throat and chills improved the night prior to admission, but then he developed severe suprasternal chest discomfort and pleuritic chest pain.
The acoustic signals mainly come from two aspects, breathing sound signals of the nose and the mouth [9] and tracheal signals from the throat [10] and the suprasternal notch [6, 11].
Pulmonary examination revealed suprasternal recession, scattered snoring, and diffuse wheeze.
The pit of the neck is the anatomical point near the suprasternal notch (fossa jugularis sternalis), also known as the jugular notch.
Fizik muayenede ortopne ve suprasternal cekilmesi olan hastanin oksijen saturasyonu, oda havasinda %90-92, oksijen destegi ile %96-97 idi.
Cardiac structure and function were observed along the standard parasternal long-axis, short-axis, suprasternal, subcostal, and apical four-chamber views.
Suprasternal view showed severe aortic narrowing just after the origin of left subclavian with peak gradient of 80 mmHg (Fig.
The original nipple to mid-sternal line was measured, as well as the right and left suprasternal notch to nipple distances.