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Figure 3: Intra-operative view for Level 2 and 3 dissections and final post-operative scar. (a) Level 2 nodal station. The spinal accessory nerve, occipital artery and hypoglossal nerve are identified. (b) Level 3 nodal station. The internal jugular vein and common facial vein are marked. The two heads of sternocleidomastoid muscle are split, and the dissection is performed from in between the two heads. (c) Final scar. The intra-clavicular scars will be hidden under the collar to enhance cosmetic appearance

Figure 3: Intra-operative view for Level 2 and 3 dissections and final post-operative scar. (a) Level 2 nodal station. The spinal accessory nerve, occipital artery and hypoglossal nerve are identified. (b) Level 3 nodal station. The internal jugular vein and common facial vein are marked. The two heads of sternocleidomastoid muscle are split, and the dissection is performed from in between the two heads. (c) Final scar. The intra-clavicular scars will be hidden under the collar to enhance cosmetic appearance