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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: 10

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Axillary vascular branches to the chest wall, the lateral thoracic vessels, supreme thoracic vessels and thoracoepigastric vein were divided to expose the lateral surface of the first rib. The intercostobrachial nerve was divided as it crossed the operative field. The attachment of the subclavius muscle to the anterior rib was divided.      

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: 11

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The anterior scalene muscle was divided from its attachment to the scalene tubercle, taking care to avoid injury to the phrenic nerve lying medial to its attachment.       

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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome: 12

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The middle scalene muscle was divided from its attachment to the rib, taking care to avoid injury to the brachial plexus and long thoracic nerve.       

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