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region

1. an area considered as a unit for geographical, functional, social, or cultural reasons
2. an administrative division of a country
3. (in Scotland from 1975 until 1996) any of the nine territorial divisions into which the mainland of Scotland was divided for purposes of local government; replaced in 1996 by council areas

Region

 

(1) A territory identified by certain characteristics or peculiarities. In many cases, a taxonomic unit, as in physico-geographical region.

(2) In certain countries outside the USSR, an administrative and territorial unit, as in Paris region.

region

[′rē·jən]
(computer science)
A group of machine addresses which refer to a base address.
(mathematics)
The union of an open connected set with a subset of its boundary points (which may be the entire boundary or the empty set).
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The brachial plexus is relatively superficial in the supraclavicular and axillary regions (depth 1 to 2 cm), and this requires the use of high resolution and high frequency systems such as a 10 to 15 MHz probe to obtain quality imaging.
In conclusion, true atherosclerotic axillary artery aneurysms are extremely rare and should be kept in mind in differential diagnosis in pulsatile masses in axillary region and they should be treated surgically once they are diagnosed in order to prevent the vascular or neurologic complications.
43) However, more recent studies have used computerized axial tomography and dye to discover that the brachial plexus is contained within an "axillary tunnel" that comprises various rigid anatomic structures and that the scapula/subscapularis complex, rather than the humeral head, is likely responsible for determining the flow of local anesthetic solution in the axillary region.
During the early weeks of embryonic development, the mammary milk lines, which represent 2 ectodermal thickenings along the sides of the embryo, extend from the axillary region to the groin.
In present study, the most common site for lymphadenopathy was inguinal region (40%), followed by cervical region (3 5%), axillary region (20%), and (05%) patients had simultaneous enlargement of both cervical and axillary nodes (Table-2).
It is unknown if the axillary region may be an area with increased incidence of neoplasia in birds.
This report deals with dissecting the axillary region of a 41 year-old male cadaver in which we observed a muscular axillary arch was innervated by a single nerve branch of pectoral loop.
The most common locations of lymphangiomas are the neck and the axillary region (1).
CASE REPORT: An unusual muscular slip was encountered during dissection of axillary region of an adult male cadaver by undergraduate MBBS students in SCB Medical college Cuttack.