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Supraclavicular flap anatomy/vasculature 

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medical illustration of Anatomy relevant to creating a supraclavicular flap. This procedure is performed after tumor removal in the head and neck. The flap is taken from skin covering the deltoid which is repositioned onto the face, as it remains connected to its blood supply. 
head and neck, surgery, anatomy, anatomical illustration, vessel anatomy, blood vessels, artery, vein, blood supply, flap, deltoid, cancer, tumor, supraclavicular, clinical education, surgical video, research, surgical training
Next medical illustration of Anatomy relevant to creating a supraclavicular flap. This procedure is performed after tumor removal in the head and neck. The flap is taken from skin covering the deltoid which is repositioned onto the face, as it remains connected to its blood supply. 
head and neck, surgery, anatomy, anatomical illustration, vessel anatomy, blood vessels, artery, vein, blood supply, flap, deltoid, cancer, tumor, supraclavicular, clinical education, surgical video, research, surgical training, surgical view

Supraclavicular flap anatomy, surgical view

Anatomy relevant to creating a supraclavicular flap. This procedure is performed after tumor removal in the head and neck. The flap is taken from skin covering the deltoid which is repositioned onto the face, as it remains connected to its blood supply. head and neck, surgery, anatomy, anatomical illustration, vessel anatomy, blood vessels, artery, vein, blood supply, flap, deltoid, cancer, tumor, supraclavicular, clinical education, surgical video, research, surgical training

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