Definition of Midclavicular. Meaning of Midclavicular. Synonyms of Midclavicular

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- axilla. T3 – Intersection of the midclavicular line and the third intercostal space T4 – Intersection of the midclavicular line and the fourth intercostal...
- measured by the maximum dimension on a sagittal plane view through the midclavicular line, which is normally up to 18 cm in adults. It is also possible to...
- Vertical lines: Midline, lateral sternal line, parasternal line and midclavicular line. Horizontal lines: Level of the sternal angle, and zipho-sternal...
- given sagittal plane. Specific named parasagittal planes include: The midclavicular line crosses through the clavicle. Lateral sternal and parasternal planes...
- which is normally located in the 5th left intercostal space at the midclavicular line. A right-sided S3 is best heard at the lower left sternal border...
- (inferiorly) and forward (anteriorly), become aponeurotic at approximately the midclavicular line and form the anterior layer of the rectus sheath. This aponeurosis...
- such as the umbilicus or sternum, or anatomical lines, such as the midclavicular line from the centre of the clavicle. The cephalon or cephalic region...
- inserting a cannula where the second intercostal space crosses the midclavicular line (needle thoracocentesis). Bronchospasm should be treated with inhalations...
- precordium left 5th intercostal space, half-inch medial to the left midclavicular line and 3–4 inches left of left border of sternum. In children the...
- plane front (Anterior median line/Midsternal line, Parasternal line, Midclavicular line, Anterior axillary line, Midaxillary line) back (Posterior median...