Bassett Collection of Stereoscopic Images of Human Anatomy

Pectoral region and axilla

Left axilla (continued); general view of contents, clavicle removed

Image #91-2

KEYWORDS: Axilla, Overview.

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Pectoral region and axilla
Left axilla (continued); general view of contents, clavicle removed
The subclavius muscle and the medial two-thirds of the clavicle have been removed.
1 . Superficial cervical artery
2 . Anterior scalene muscle
3 . Internal jugular vein
4 . Phrenic nerve
5 . Upper pointer: Subclavian artery Lower pointer: Subclavian vein
6 . Sternohyoid muscle (visible through cut-out portion of capsule of sternoclavicular joint)
7 . Left pointer: Subclavian trunk Right pointer: Rib I
8 . Upper pointer: Axillary artery Lower pointer: Axillary vein
9 . Intercostobrachial nerve (cut off)
10 . External intercostal muscle
11 . Upper trunk
12 . Middle trunk (11 and 12 pertain to the supraclavicular part of the brachial plexus)
13 . Transverse scapular artery
14 . Supraspinatus muscle
15 . Inferior belly of omohyoid muscle (cut off)
16 . Suprascapular nerve
17 . Clavicle (cut off)
18 . Coracoid process of scapula
19 . Acromion
20 . Joint capsule of humerus
21 . Subscapularis muscle
22 . Musculocutaneous nerve
23 . Median nerve
24 . Body of humerus
25 . Brachial veins
26 . Thoracodorsal nerve
27 . Biceps brachii muscle
28 . Latissimus dorsi muscle
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