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scalene

1. Maths (of a triangle) having all sides of unequal length
2. Anatomy of or relating to any of the scalenus muscles
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Using this, it can be shown that the area of the small scalene triangle above the mid-point line is [1/4] of the area of the original scalene triangle and that the two triangles are similar in shape.
Falla D, Rainoldi A, Jull G, Stavrou G, Tsao H (2004d) Lack of correlation between sternocleidomastoid and scalene muscle fatigability and duration of symptoms in chronic neck pain patients.
Having angles that add to two right angles holds of all scalene triangles, but not primitively so, since it holds of other kinds of triangles as well.
In south-west France, the dominant type is the scalene bladelet (Figure 5; Langlais 2008).
What is the defining characteristic of a scalene triangle?
However, intraoperatively, the neurosurgeon recognized the origin to be from scalene muscle; nevertheless, the pathologist may readily confuse the lesion with neurofibroma, as we have previously noted.
Anterior primary rami of the C5-T1 spinal nerves give rise to five nerve roots that travel anterolaterally and inferiorly to pass between the anterior and middle scalene muscles.
External compression of the vein may be caused by hypertrophy of the subclavian muscle tendon or anterior scalene muscle, cervical ribs, first rib, or callus of the clavicle from an old fracture.
scalene triangles when two clearly would have sufficed shows two things: in the first place, it shows that these six are themselves precisely not fundamental at all, since obviously each one of them is similarly analysable into three smaller ones of the same type, and so on ad infinitum; (32) in the second place, it shows that anything which is infinitely analysable is inherently incomprehensible.
The cervicoaxillary canal is divided by the first rib into two sections: the proximal one, composed of the scalene triangle and the costoclavicular space (the space bounded by the clavicle and the first rib), and the distal one, composed of the axilla.
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Scalene regional anesthesia for shoulder surgery in a community setting: An assessment of risk.