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a flow of activities; a sequence of tasks.
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The cannulation needle was inserted beneath the sternomastoid under ultrasound guidance.
The sternomastoid, trapezius and the diaphragm are also being constantly exercised.
A huge midline mass was visible in his neck extending from the level of the cricoids cartilage superiorly to 1 cm below the sternal notch inferiorly and to the posterior border of the sternomastoid muscle laterally.
3] Sinewy and elongated, sternomastoid muscles strained, Natalie Portman's neck too represents a particular state of the flesh, but what it ultimately brings to light are not metaphysical Platonic Ideas.
Delayed onset muscle soreness was consistently reported by subjects in the anterior neck region, which is the location of the other muscles of inspiration including the sternomastoid, scalenes, as well as the so-called "strap muscles" (ie, hyoid muscles).
In many patients with severe respiratory muscle weakness, recruitment of accessory inspiratory muscles such as the scalenes and sternomastoid muscles will occur during wakefulness and NREM sleep to aid diaphragmatic efforts (3,5,15).