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Clinical and Functional Outcomes of Total Claviculectomy Versus Clavicle Non-Union on Shoulder Girdle Function - Mayo Clinic Overview Study type Observational Study IDs Study type Observational Describes the nature of a clinical stud...
A Study to Compare Bone Ultrasound to Xrays for the Evaluation of Forearm and Clavicle Fracture Healing - Mayo Clinic Overview Study type Observational Study IDs Study type Observational Describes the nature of a clinical study.
A separated shoulder is an injury to the ligaments that hold your collarbone (clavicle) to your shoulder blade.
Thoracic outlet syndrome - Symptoms and causes - Mayo Clinic Print Overview Thoracic outlet Thoracic outlet The thoracic outlet is the space between your collarbone (clavicle) and your first rib.
The pulse generator is often implanted under the collarbone (clavicle), but the abdominal and buttock (gluteal) areas also are options.
Clinical and Functional Outcomes of Total Claviculectomy Versus Clavicle Non-Union on Shoulder Girdle Function Rochester, Minn.
The collarbone, or clavicle, connects the upper part of the breastbone, called the sternum, to the shoulder blade.
Surgical and other procedures If pain persists or if you have a severe separation or fracture of the clavicle, surgery might be an option.
A DBS system consists of an implanted pulse generator (IPG), typically implanted below the clavicle, that generates electrical pulses via lead extensions that run from the IPG, up the neck, and to the skull, where they connect with a...
The brachial plexus is found in the neck above the clavicle.
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