Case report: bilateral sternalis muscles with a bilateral pectoralis major anomaly.

@article{ONeill1998CaseRB,
  title={Case report: bilateral sternalis muscles with a bilateral pectoralis major anomaly.},
  author={Mike O'Neill and J Folan-Curran},
  journal={Journal of anatomy},
  year={1998},
  volume={193 ( Pt 2)},
  pages={289-92}
}
The importance of continuing to record and discuss anatomical anomalies was addressed recently by Hicks & Newell (1997) in the light of technical advances and interventional methods of diagnosis and treatment. Two recent radiological reports (Bradley et al. 1996 ; Murphy & Nokes, 1996) highlighted the diagnostic dilemma posed by a sternalis muscle in the detection of breast cancer. The sternalis muscle occurs only in humans, is reportedly found in 3–5 % of the population and is classified with… CONTINUE READING

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