Definition of Subclavians

1. subclavian [n] - See also: subclavian



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subclavians

subclause
subclauses
subclavian
subclavian arteries
subclavian artery
subclavian steal syndrome
subclavian vein
subclavians (current term)
subclerk
subclerks
subclimate
subclimates
subclimax
subclimaxes
subclinical
subclinical absence
subclinically
subclonal
subclone
subcloned
subclones
subcloning

Literary usage of Subclavians

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1832)
"When the subclavians are pouring back their blood into the arch of the aorta and ventricle, the elasticity of the brachial arteries, acting upon the blood ..."

2. A Treatise on Comparative Embryology by Francis Maitland Balfour (1881)
"In most other types the origin of the subclavians is carried upwards, so that they usually spring from a trunk common to them and the carotids (arteria ..."

3. History of the Human Body by Harris Hawthorne Wilder (1909)
"Crocodiles and turtles present an exception to this, and in these, as in birds, the subclavians arise from the base of the carotids, an origin so radically ..."

4. History of the Human Body by Harris Hawthorne Wilder (1909)
"Crocodiles and turtles present an exception to this, and in these, as in birds, the subclavians arise from the base of the carotids, an origin so radically ..."

5. The Elements of Embryology by Michael Foster, Francis Maitland Balfour (1883)
"In some Mammals both subclavians spring from a trunk common to them and the ... Various further modifications in the origin of the subclavians are found in ..."

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