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axillary

[′ak·sə‚ler·ē]
(anatomy)
Of, pertaining to, or near the axilla or armpit.
(botany)
Placed or growing in the axis of a branch or leaf.
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Abnormal FDG involvement was also noted in two lymph nodes that were situated 8.5 mm in the right axillary region and 6.5 mm in the superior region (SUV: 5.8) (Figures 4, 5).
If they are present, they can arise of axillary buds located at different levels of the LIZ (Perreta et al, 2011): (1) in the distal leaves in some genera of Andropogoneae (Fig.
The smaller branch of the cephalic vein in this case study was found to perforate the clavipectoral fascia in the infraclavicular fossa to drain into the axillary vein.
No erythema, warmth or any other inflammatory signs were observed in the axillary region.
For instance, the brachial plexus in the axillary region should be approached with the extremity positioned as described in relevant publications (3).
At our institute, asymptomatic phyllodes tumors were documented in 8.1% (25/307 cases) during a 10-year period, and only one case was localized in axillary tissue (0.3%).
It has been reported that the sternoclavicular artery, axillary artery, intercostal artery and coracoid major artery originate from the subclavian artery and that the ordinal branching pattern of these arteries varies among species (Erdogan, 2012; Glenny, 1944, 1945a, 1953a, b).
According to a computer-generated randomization list, patients were randomized to the optimized axillary vein puncture group or the conventional subclavian vein puncture group at a ratio of 1:1 using an 8-sized block.
In 10 patients, axillary lymph node involvement was detected by ultrasonographic examination.
That's because even though primary axillary hyperhidrosis affects people of all ages, with an estimated 4.8% prevalence in the U.S.