Langer's axillary arch

@inproceedings{Papapanagiotou2016LangersAA,
  title={Langer's axillary arch},
  author={Ioannis K Papapanagiotou and Vasileios Kalles and Kyriaki Migklis and Markos Sgantzos and Ioannis G. Kaklamanos and Theodoros Mariolis‐Sapsakos},
  booktitle={Clinical case reports},
  year={2016}
}
Langer's axillary arch is usually asymptomatic and difficult to detect preoperatively. When present, it is important for surgeons operating in the axillary region, to identify correctly the relevant anatomy. Simple surgical division is curative and necessary in order to achieve exposure of the axillary contents, lymphatic dissection, and neurovascular preservation. 

Figures and Topics from this paper.

Explore Further: Topics Discussed in This Paper