pectoralis minor


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pectoralis minor

[‚pek·tə′ral·əs ′mīn·ər]
(anatomy)
The small, deep muscle connecting the third to fifth ribs with the scapula.
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This agent can block the lateral cutaneous branches of the TICN in the interfascial plane between the pectoralis minor and serratus anterior muscles but cannot block the anterior cutaneous branch of the TICN.
A significantly decreased pectoralis minor strength on the left (p=0.048) and social (p=0.032), body image (p=0.046) and respiration (p=0.028) HRQOL domains on the CFQ-R were also found in the RTG.
The pectoral fascia was dissected and the pectoralis major was cut at its humeral insertion, permitting identification of the clavipectoral fascia immediately above the pectoralis minor muscle.
Diferencias en el PP fueron observados conforme incrementa la edad [39] y por efecto de sexo a partir de 36 d [11] y a los 42 d de edad [26]; aunque tambien se ha observado que el Incremento en el PC no afecta a esta caracteristica [29], La pechuga con hueso constituye el principal corte primario que se obtiene de la canal de la codorniz japonesa ya que representa del 35 al 38% [2, 30] y es el corte de mayor valor economico [39], Con base en lo anterior, el rendimiento de la carne de pechuga se define comunmente como la proporcion de carne relativa al peso de la canal o el PP con relacion al PC [39], y en ello influye el peso de los musculos Pectoralis major y Pectoralis minor.
Pectoralis minor tenotomy and anterior scalenotomy with special reference to the hyperabduction syndrome and " effort thrombosis" of the subclavian vein.
She diagnosed the problem as a strained pectoralis minor, and showed me the text's diagrams of the area.
The carcass, stomach, abdominal fat, breast meat (including pectoralis major and pectoralis minor muscles) and leg meat (including thigh and drumstick meat) were weighed.
They then receive 12 injections of Botox in their pectoralis minor chest muscle.
To the pectoralis minor muscle, to be precise, which, the Manhattan-based doctor says, is the culprit that pulls the breast down.
Patricia Wexler has extended the range of Botox injections from the face to the breast--or more precisely, to the pectoralis minor muscle, the culprit that pulls the breast down, the Manhattan-based doctor explains.
In addition to the serratus anterior muscle, distal muscles that have been employed in facial reanimation include, but are not limited to, the rectus abdominis, the pectoralis minor, the latissimus dorsi, and the gracilis.
From the medial border of the coracoid process measure 2 of the patient's fingerbreadths medially and 2 inferiorly onto the upper border of the pectoralis minor muscle in the delto-pectoral groove.