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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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On the right side, SSA originated from the thyrocervical trunk and then went laterally in front of the scalene anterior muscle, brachial plexus, finally it crossed over the STSL, while the SSN passed inferior to it.
Athena and Scalene read a few classic children's books, throwing in some theatrical flair only to capture and retain the attention of their young audience.
This prospective, randomised, double blinded comparative study was conducted in 50 orthopaedic patients, ASA grade I or II of either sex, aged between 20 to 50 years, posted for upper limb surgeries done under inter scalene or supraclavicular block after approval by Institutional Ethical Committee.
Let us say, for instance, that 2R is predicated of two different subjects: a simple one ("triangle") and a disjunctive complex one ("everything that is either equilateral or isosceles or scalene").
In our patient, the tumor was attached to the supraclavicular fossa and adherent to the scalene muscles, expanding nearby to involve vital anatomic structures, such as the internal jugular vein and accessory and phrenic nerves.
In "Little Songbook of the Dark One," Hart writes, "All afternoon, my scalene heart, Dark One, / My mind runs and clatters after you, / And then all night the wild track of your love."
distance frien." 'Accessory' respiratory muscles, such as the scalene muscles and upper traps, have other roles to play during exercise, but will have to pick up the slack if your diaphragm is not in proper position.
distance friend " 'Accessory' respirator muscles, such as the scalene muscles and upper traps, have other roles to play during exercise, but will have to pick up the slack if your diaphragm is not in proper position.