Pectoral region and axilla

Left subscapular muscle (continued)

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Pectoral region and axilla
Left subscapular muscle (continued)
The shoulder has been detached from the thorax and turned so that the subscapular muscle is visible. The axillary artery and brachial plexus have been retracted from the field except for the median and musculocutaneous nerves.
1 . Levator muscle of scapula (cut across)
2 . Rhomboid minor muscle (cut across)
3 . Descending branch superficial transverse artery
4 . Rhomboid major muscle (cut across)
5 . Serratus anterior muscle (middle part, cut across)
6 . Subscapularis muscle
7 . Serratus anterior muscle (lower part, cut across)
8 . Teres major muscle
9 . Latissimus dorsi muscle (cut across)
10 . Serratus anterior muscle (upper part, cut across)
11 . Superior margin of scapula
12 . Omohyoid muscle (cut across)
13 . Suprascapular nerve (cut across)
14 . Transverse scapular artery (cut across)
15 . Superior transverse ligament of scapula
16 . Clavicle
17 . Coracoid process of scapula
18 . Branches of subscapular nerve
19 . Musculocutaneus nerve
20 . Branches of subscapular nerve
21 . Thoracodorsal nerve
22 . Quadrangular space
23 . Posterior circumflex artery of humerus
24 . Subscapular artery (cut off)
25 . Circumflex artery of scapula (entering triangular space)
26 . Thoracodorsal artery
27 . Median nerve