LANGER’S AXILLARY ARCH: A CASE REPORT
Keywords:Axilla, Axillary arch, Variation, Latissimus dorsi muscle
Axillary arch is an important anatomical variation noticed with Latissimus dorsi muscle. This bilateral variation was noticed during routine dissection of upper limb in a cadaver of 65 year old male. A muscle slip extending from latissimus dorsi muscle and encroaching on pectoralis major muscle, compressing neurovascular bundle passing under it was noticed. Existence of this variation and accompanying complications are discussed in light of previous literature.
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