By David L. Brown MD
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4-4), the operator should stand at the patient’s side. Needle Puncture. When the interscalene groove has been identified and the operator’s fingers are firmly pressing in it, the needle is inserted, as shown in Figure 4-5, in a slightly caudal and slightly posterior direction. As a further directional help, if the needle for this block is imagined to be long and inserted deeply enough, it would exit the neck posteriorly in approximately the midline at the level of the C7 or T1 spinous process. If a paresthesia or motor response is not elicited on insertion, the needle is “walked,” while maintaining the same needle angulation as shown in Figure 4-4, in a plane joining the cricoid cartilage to the C6 transverse process.
Anterior scalene m. Posterior scalene m. 6. Middle scalene m. Trapezius m. Dura mater Figure 4-6. Interscalene block anatomy: an angle of approximately 60 degrees from the sagittal plane is the optimal needle angle for the block. Lateral Skin MS Scm C5 C6 C7 Transducer position AS Figure 4-7. Interscalene block: transducer position and ultrasonographic anatomy. AS, anterior scalene muscle; MS, middle scalene muscle; Scm, sternocleidomastoid muscle. circles lying deep to the overlying hypoechoic and triangleshaped sternocleidomastoid muscle.
3-11). At the site of this parasagittal section the borders of the proximal axilla are formed by the following anatomic structures: Anterior: posterior border of the pectoralis minor muscle and brachial head of the biceps Posterior: scapula and subscapularis, latissimus dorsi, and teres major muscles Medial: lateral aspect of chest wall, including the ribs and intercostal and serratus anterior muscles Lateral: medial aspect of upper arm These anatomic relationships are important during continuous techniques of infraclavicular block.