Subclavian Sub*cla"vi*an, a. [Pref. sub- + L. clavis a key. See {Clavicle}.] (Anat.) Situated under the clavicle, or collar bone; as, the subclavian arteries. [1913 Webster]

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  • subclavian — [sub klā′vē ən] adj. situated under the clavicle n. a subclavian vein, artery, etc …   English World dictionary

  • subclavian — 1. Beneath the clavicle. SYN: infraclavicular. 2. Pertaining to the s. artery or vein. * * * sub·cla·vi·an .səb klā vē ən adj of, relating to, being, performed on, or inserted into a part (as an artery or vein) located under the clavicle <a… …   Medical dictionary

  • Subclavian — In general, Subclavian means beneath the clavicle, and it can refer to: * Subclavian vein * Subclavian artery * Subclavian nerve (part of the Brachial plexus) …   Wikipedia

  • subclavian — I. adjective Etymology: New Latin subclavius, from sub + clavicula clavicle Date: 1646 of, relating to, being, or inserted into a part (as an artery, vein, or nerve) located under the clavicle < subclavian catheter > II. noun Date: 1719 a… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • subclavian — adj. (Anatomy) located beneath the clavicle; of or relating to a subclavian structure …   English contemporary dictionary

  • subclavian — /sʌbˈkleɪviən/ (say sub klayveeuhn) Anatomy –adjective 1. situated or extending beneath the clavicle, as certain arteries, veins, etc. 2. relating to such an artery, vein, or the like. –noun 3. a subclavian artery, vein, or the like. {New Latin… …   Australian English dictionary

  • subclavian — /sub klay vee euhn/, Anat. adj. 1. situated or extending beneath the clavicle, as certain arteries or veins. 2. pertaining to such an artery, vein, or the like. [1640 50; < NL subclavi(us) SUBCLAVIUS + AN] * * * …   Universalium

  • subclavian — adjective Beneath the clavicle …   Wiktionary

  • subclavian — [sʌb kleɪvɪən] adjective Anatomy relating to or denoting an artery or vein which serves the neck and arm on the left or right side of the body. Origin C17: from mod. L. subclavius, from sub under + clavis (see clavicle), + ian …   English new terms dictionary

  • subclavian — sub·cla·vi·an …   English syllables

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