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Figure 3: (A– C) : The surgi cal anatomy i s based on the relat ionship of the brachial plexus to the clavicle. Intraoperative photographs show the supraclavicular (A), retroclavicular (B), and infraclavicular (C) portions of the brachial plexus. (Photograph courtesy: Ketan Desai, Department of Neurosurgery, Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital) (UT: upper trunk; MT: middle trunk; LT: lower trunk; AD: anterior division; PD: posterior division; scn: suprascapular nerve; PC: posterior cord; LC: lateral cord; MC: medial cord; an: axillary nerve, and aa: axillary artery)

Figure 3: (A– C) : The surgi cal anatomy i s based on the relat ionship of the brachial plexus to the clavicle. Intraoperative photographs show the supraclavicular (A), retroclavicular (B), and infraclavicular (C) portions of the brachial plexus. (Photograph courtesy: Ketan Desai, Department of Neurosurgery, Seth GS Medical College and KEM Hospital) (UT: upper trunk; MT: middle trunk; LT: lower trunk; AD: anterior division; PD: posterior division; scn: suprascapular nerve; PC: posterior cord; LC: lateral cord; MC: medial cord; an: axillary nerve, and aa: axillary artery)