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platysma muscle
contained in superficial fascia of neck
investing layer of (deep) cervical fascia
deep to platysma muscle
sternocleidomastoid muscle: originates
sternum and clavicle
sternocleidomastoid muscle: inserts
mastoid process of skull behind ear
2 heads of sternocleidomastoid muscle
sternal head, clavicular head
internal jugular vein is located
within carotid sheath, deep to sternocleidomastoid muscle
where to pierce for right cardiac catheterization
internal jugular vein through carotid sheath in apex of triangle
posterior triangle of neck
posterior to SCM
anterior triangle of neck
anterior to SCM
right cardiac catheterization
take measurements of pressures of right chambers of heart
preferred route of right cardiac catheterization
through IJV -> subclavian vein -> SVC
alternate route for cardiac catheterization
through EJV -> subclavian vein -> SVC
why is alternate route of cardiac catheterization not preferred?
because of the angle EJV makes with subclavian vein -> makes passage of catheter difficult