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Pectoral, Clavipectoral, and Axillary Fasciae Anatomy

Pectoral, Clavipectoral, and Axillary Fasciae Anatomy
Thoracoacromial artery, Coracoid process, Cephalic vein, Deltoid muscle, Pectoralis major muscle (cut), Biceps brachii muscle, Short head, Long head, Brachial fascia (cut edge) over coracobrachialis and biceps brachii muscles, Trapezius muscle, Omohyoid muscle invested by deep cervical fascia, Clavicle, Fascia investing subclavius muscle* Costocoracoid ligament* Costoclavicular ligament Costocoracoid membrane* Fascia investing pectoralis minor muscle* Suspensory ligament of axilla*, Pectoralis major muscle and pectoral fascia (superficial and deep layers), Latissimus dorsi, Serratus anterior, Axillary fascia *Components of clavipectoral fascia, Omohyoid muscle,

Anterior view, Clavicle, Subclavius muscle and fascia*, Costocoracoid ligament*, Thoracoacromial artery and cephalic vein, Costocoracoid membrane*, Lateral pectoral nerve, Axillary artery and vein, Pectoralis major muscle and fascia, Pectoralis minor muscle and fascia*, Medial pectoral nerve, Suspensory ligament of axilla, Axillary fascia (fenestrated), Oblique parasagittal section of axilla, Trapezius muscle, Brachial plexus, Lateral cord, Posterior cord, Medial cord, Supraspinatus muscle, Scapula, Spine, Body, Infraspinatus muscle, Subscapularis muscle, Teres minor muscle, Teres major muscle, Latissimus dorsi muscle, Axillary lymph nodes, Central, Pectoral (anterior).
Pectoral, Clavipectoral, and Axillary Fasciae Anatomy

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