Subclavicular



noun, Anatomy, Zoology.
1.
a bone of the pectoral arch.
2.
(in humans) either of two slender bones, each articulating with the sternum and a scapula and forming the anterior part of a shoulder; collarbone.
noun
1.
either of the two bones connecting the shoulder blades with the upper part of the breastbone Nontechnical name collarbone
2.
the corresponding structure in other vertebrates

clavicle clav·i·cle (klāv’ĭ-kəl)
n.
Either of two slender bones that extend from the manubrium of the sternum to the acromion of the scapula. Also called collarbone.
cla·vic’u·lar (klə-vĭk’yə-lər) adj.
cla·vic’u·late’ (-lāt’) adj.
clavicle
(klāv’ĭ-kəl)
Either of two slender bones that extend from the upper part of the sternum (breastbone) to the shoulder. Also called collarbone.

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