subclavius

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Related to Subclavius muscle: pectoralis major, clavipectoral fascia

subclavius

[‚səb′klā·vē·əs]
(anatomy)
A small muscle attached to the clavicle and the first rib.
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The scalene muscles generally are known as pectoralis minor or subclavius muscle can cause upper limb pain (Torriani et al.).
During exposure of posterior triangle of neck, we observed long thin belly of a muscle superficial to brachial plexus and subclavian vessels, which shared a common origin with subclavius muscle anteriorly, while posteriorly this muscle was attached to superior angle of scapula, medial to the attachment of inferior belly of omohyoid.
Their treatment included thoracic outlet decompression via complete anterior and middle scalenectomy, brachial plexus neurolysis, excision of subclavius muscle tendon, and resection of the first rib.
The muscles most commonly involved in the thoracic outlet region are the two scalene muscles (scalenus anterior and scalenus medius) attaching to the first rib, the subclavius muscle attaching between the clavicle and first rib, and the pectoralis minor attaching at the coracoid process.
The anterior insertion took place by a thin tendon on the cranial surface of the first costal cartilage, 49 mm laterally to the sternal portion of the left clavicle, close to the insertion of the subclavius muscle (Figs.
The subclavius posticus muscle, which is innervated by a branch from the nerve to the subclavius muscle.