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" The incision passes from the posterior border of the sternomastoid muscle, at the junction of its middle and lower thirds, downward and outward to the clavicle at the junction of its middle and outer thirds. "
A Treatise on Orthopedic Surgery - Page 503
by Royal Whitman - 1910 - 892 pages
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Injuries of nerves and their treatment

James Sherren - 1908 - 310 pages
...supra-clavicular lesions of the whole plexus, good exposure is given through an incision starting at the posterior border of the sterno-mastoid muscle at the junction of its upper and middle thirds, and carried downwards and outwards to the junction of the outer and middle...
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Operative surgery, for students and practitioners

John Joseph McGrath - 1913 - 838 pages
...exposed and may be enucleated. The spinal accessory nerve passes across this triangle. It appears at the posterior border of the sterno-mastoid muscle at the junction of its upper and middle thirds, and passes obliquely downward and backward across the space, and disappears...
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Surgical and mechanical treatment of peripheral nerves

Byron Stookey - 1922 - 475 pages
...Operation. The technic elaborated by Taylor is most satisfactory. "The patient is anesthetized and brought to the table with the field prepared for...and deep fascia are divided, the omohyoid muscle is exposed near the clavicle, and lying beneath it are the suprascapular vessels. These structures may...
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Textbook of Surgery

I. Ahsan - Medical - 1997 - 410 pages
...a persistent second branchial cleft. The external orifice of the fistula is located at the anterior border of the sternomastoid muscle, at the junction of its middle and lower thirds. The tract proceeds superiorly and passes inwards through the bifurcation of the carotid artery. The...
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The Pain Clinic Manual

Stephen E. Abram, J. David Haddox - Medical - 2000 - 480 pages
...border of the sternomastoid muscle. Note the close relationship of the accessory nerve as it emerges from the posterior border of the sternomastoid muscle at the junction of its middle and upper third (ie, just above the emerging superficial cervical plexus). Single injection technique for...
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Pediatric Anaerobic Infections: Diagnosis and Management

Itzhak Brook - Medical - 2001 - 640 pages
This totally revised and updated reference covers the latest advances in the diagnosis and treatment of anaerobic bacterial infections in children-describing the activity of ...
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The Clinique, Volume 29

Homeopathy - 1908
...nerves along which these glands lie and to avoid the spinal accessory nerve which emerges from beneath the posterior border of the sternomastoid muscle at the junction of its middle and lower thirds on its way to supply the trapezius. Where the disease is very extensive it is best to divide the sterno-cleido...
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