All the following structures are removed in a forequarter amputation except
|D||Lateral border of the clavicle|
a. Fore quarter amputation consists of removal of the entire upper extremity and shoulder gridle in the interval between the scapula and the thoracic wall.
b. This mutilating operation is performed only for the removal of the malignant tumors and is indicated when the tumor extends to or through the region of the shoulder joint or extensively involves the pectoral muscles