Dissection of anterior and lateral regions of neck

Relation of subclavian artery and vein to scalene muscles and brachial plexus, lateral view

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Dissection of anterior and lateral regions of neck
Relation of subclavian artery and vein to scalene muscles and brachial plexus, lateral view
1 . Upper pointer: Internal jugular vein Lower pointer: Common carotid artery
2 . Ansa hypoglossi
3 . Ascending cervical artery
4 . Anterior branch superior thyroid artery
5 . Thyroid gland
6 . Phrenic nerve
7 . Transverse scapular artery
8 . Lymphatic trunks terminating in internal jugular vein
9 . Trachea
10 . Inferior thyroid vein left
11 . Sternohyoid muscle
12 . Upper pointer: Sternoclavicular joint capsule Lower pointer: Costoclavicular ligament
13 . Upper pointer: Nerves to levator scapulae muscle Lower pointer: Levator scapulae muscle
14 . Superficial cervical artery (posterior end displaced)
15 . Middle scalene muscle
16 . Upper pointer: Posterior scalene muscle Lower pointer: Transversa colli artery
17 . Long thoracic nerve (plexiform)
18 . Brachial plexus (pointer on divisions of superior trunk)
19 . Brachial plexus (pointer on divisions of middle trunk)
20 . Brachial plexus (pointer on divisions of inferior trunk)
21 . Subclavian artery
22 . Serratus anterior muscle
23 . Anterior scalene muscle (pointer near origin of muscle from first rib)
24 . Subclavian vein