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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Sono-anatomy of the supraclavicular area on the left side (a) and right side (b). The brachial plexus elements are seen to lie much lateral to the subclavian artery than normally on the left side. On the right side, it is oriented posterolateral to the artery. (BP: Brachial plexus, SCA: Subclavian artery, M: medial, L: lateral)

Figure 1: Sono-anatomy of the supraclavicular area on the left side (a) and right side (b). The brachial plexus elements are seen to lie much lateral to the subclavian artery than normally on the left side. On the right side, it is oriented posterolateral to the artery. (BP: Brachial plexus, SCA: Subclavian artery, M: medial, L: lateral)