Does ESPB performed at the level of T4 cover axillary area? A cadaveric study
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CitationÇiftçi, B., Altıparmak, B., Tekin, B., Şakul, B. U. ve Alıcı, H. A. (2021). Does ESPB performed at the level of T4 cover axillary area? A cadaveric study. Journal of Clinical Anesthesia, 73. https://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclinane.2021.110362
Erector spinae plane block (ESPB) has rapidly become popular following its first description by Forero et al. in 2016 [1,2]. Previous randomized controlled trials demonstrated the efficacy of ESPB for breast cancer surgery [3,4], however, still some issues such as the exact mechanism of action and spread of local anesthetic (LA) remain unclear . In addition, none of the previous cadaveric studies have evaluated the axillary spread following.