Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun See clido-.

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Examples

  • The clavicle at its sternal end is round and thick, where it gives attachment to the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle.

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  • Y. Place indicating the interval between the clavicular and sternal insertions of sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle.

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  • The skin, the fascia, and platysma muscle, the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle, the deep layer of the cervical fascia,

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  • But in all subjects may be readily recognised that hollow which occurs above the clavicle, and between the trapezius, 8, and the sterno cleido-mastoid, 7

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  • But as it is necessary to remove the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle, in order to expose the entire range of the greater bloodvessels and nerves, so the diagonal which that muscle forms, as seen in Plates 3 and 4, disappears, and thus both the cervical triangles are thrown into one common region.

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  • This square space, R 16, 8, 6, Plate 4, is halved by a diagonal line, drawn by the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle B, which cuts the square into two triangles.

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  • X. Prominence of the clavicular portion of the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle.

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  • When the clavicle is depressed to the fullest extent, if then the sterno-cleido-mastoid and scalenus muscles be relaxed by inclining the head and neck towards the artery, I believe it may be possible to arrest the flow of blood through the artery by compressing it against the first rib, and this position will also facilitate the operation of ligaturing the vessel.

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  • "Pomum Adami," 1; the lower maxilla at V; the hyoid bone, Z; the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle, B; and the clavicular portion of the trapezius muscle, 8; will readily be felt or otherwise recognised through the skin, &c.

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  • Z. Projection of the sternal portion of the sterno-cleido-mastoid muscle.

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