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Normal Right Thoracic Outlet vs. Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

SKU: C22005

This exhibit depicts the normal anatomy of the thoracic outlet versus thoracic outlet syndrome. The thoracic outlet is a window of space below the clavicle and above the first rib, which the brachial plexus, subclavian artery, and subclavian vein travel through. Thoracic outlet syndrome is a cluster of disorders caused by compression of neurovasculature within the thoracic outlet. This syndrome may be post-traumatic, chronic, or congenital. Over time, the development of scar tissue and swelling of the surrounding soft tissues can lead to brachial plexopathy, causing radiating pain and numbness throughout the shoulder, arm, and hand.

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