scalenus anterior

scalenus anterior
scalenus anterior n SCALENUS (a)

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  • Scalenus anterior — Musculus scalenus anterior Tiefe Halsmuskulatur des Menschen (Musculus scalenus anterior nur links dargestellt) Ursprung Proc. transversus des 3. 6. Halswirbels …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Scalenus anterior — Infobox Muscle Name = PAGENAME Latin = musculus scalenus anterior GraySubject = 114 GrayPage = 396 Caption = The anterior vertebral muscles. (Scalenus anterior visible at bottom left.) Caption2 = Section of the neck at about the level of the… …   Wikipedia

  • scalenus anterior muscle — musculus scalenus anterior …   Medical dictionary

  • M. scalenus anterior — Musculus scalenus anterior Tiefe Halsmuskulatur des Menschen (Musculus scalenus anterior nur links dargestellt) Ursprung Proc. transversus des 3. 6. Halswirbels …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Musculus scalenus anterior — Tiefe Halsmuskulatur des Menschen (Musculus scalenus anterior nur links dargestellt) Ursprung Proc. transversus des 3. 6. Halswirbels …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • anterior scalene syndrome — scalenus anterior s …   Medical dictionary

  • musculus scalenus anterior — [TA] anterior scalene muscle: origin, transverse processes of third to sixth cervical vertebrae; insertion, scalene tubercle of first rib; innervation, fourth to sixth cervical; action, raises first rib, flexes cervical vertebrae forward and… …   Medical dictionary

  • scalenus — SYN: scalene. [L.] * * * sca·le·nus skā lē nəs n, pl sca·le·ni .nī any of usu. three deeply situated muscles on each side of the neck of which each extends from the transverse processes of two or more cervical vertebrae to the first or second rib …   Medical dictionary

  • Scalenus medius — Musculus scalenus medius Tiefe Halsmuskulatur des Menschen (Musculus scalenus medius nur rechts dargestellt) Ursprung Proc. transversus des 2. 7. Halswirbels Ansatz …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • scalenus syndrome — the group of symptoms caused by compression of the subclavian artery and the lower roots of the brachial plexus against the fibrous and bony structures of the outlet of the upper thoracic vertebrae. Loss of sensation, wasting, and vascular… …   Medical dictionary

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