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Tender, Gabriel C. M.D.; Kline, David G. M.D.
THE INFRACLAVICULAR APPROACH to the brachial plexus is commonly indicated in patients with traumatic injuries and tumors of the brachial plexus elements. We describe the anatomy and operative technique of this approach.
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