cricothyroid


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cricothyroid

 [kri″ko-thi´roid]
pertaining to the cricoid and thyroid cartilages.

cri·co·thy·roid

(krī'kō-thī'royd),
Relating to the cricoid and thyroid cartilages.

cri·co·thy·roid

(krī'kō-thī'royd)
Relating to the cricoid and thyroid cartilages.

cricothyroid

pertaining to the cricoid and thyroid cartilages.

cricothyroid ligament
attaches the cricoid to the thyroid cartilage.
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Such result may show a compensation of the discrete abductor strength of the cricothyroid muscle, because of the balanced closure difficulty, from a permanently impaired glottic source 339.
Effects of electrical stimulation of cricothyroid and thyroarytenoid muscles on voice fundamental frequency.
a) Tracheal cartilages are hyperechoic just like the cricothyroid membrane and the vocal cords.
The cosine wave and audio feedback outputted by the monitor alerted us to RLN proximity during anatomical dissection, while an audible signal and corresponding twitch of the cricothyroid muscle indicated the integral function of EBSLN.
5) Anthropometric measurement requires measuring the neck circumference at the superior border of the cricothyroid membrane, below the thyroid notch and should be taken with the patient in the upright position.
Cricothyroid membrane puncture: oxygenation and ventilation in a dog model using an intravenous catheter.
5 There are complications associated with tracheostomy some of these include bleeding injury to cricothyroid complex injury in the posterior laryngeal wall pneuomothorax subcutaneous emphysema.
Objective: To assess and compare the efficacy of lignocaine anesthesia of vocal cords by spray as you go" through a bronchoscope with lignocaine injection through the cricothyroid membrane.
It includes lateral manual compression, cricothyroid approximation, combination of lateral compression and cricothyroid approximation, and anteroposterior compression.
Following optimised head and neck position after the first laryngoscopy by the senior trainee, and a second look by the attending consultant with cricothyroid pressure manipulation, the use of a bougie was considered before the third attempt.
Dissection beginning from the avascular cricothyroid space was reported as a safe method of RLN preservation.
To create a surgical airway (cricothyroidotomy) without the usual instruments, physicians can use a knife or other sharp object to make a vertical incision in the skin over the cricothyroid membrane.