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For PSV and resistive index (RI) measurements, both the right and left inferior thyroid arteries (ITAs) were identified, and the sampling volume was adjusted to 1 mm at the center of these vessels.
For PSV measurements, both the right and left inferior thyroid arteries (ITA) were identified, and the sampling volume was adjusted to 1 mm at the center of vessels.
The thyroid gland receives a dual blood supply from the superior and inferior thyroid arteries. Superior thyroid arteries are the first branch of the external carotid artery.
The individual lobes were supplied by branches of superior and inferior thyroid arteries. There were no anastomoses between the arteries of right and left sides.
Amazingly enough, Pierre-Joseph Desault, an influential surgeon at the Hotel Dieu in Paris, carried out an excision of a large thyroid mass in a female patient, in 1791, by careful dissection and first tying the superior and inferior thyroid arteries. The vertical neck wound suppurated, but the patient recovered.
The inferior thyroid arteries were found to be absent on both sides supplying this median thyroid tissue.
We routinely visualize but do not seal the superior and inferior thyroid arteries until LNs are exposed.
Each lateral lobe of thyroid gland was supplied by branches of superior and inferior thyroid arteries. There was no abnormality found in the blood supply of the gland.
After freeing and medially mobilizing lateral lobes of the thyroid gland at both sides with classical surgical approach, the inferior thyroid arteries (ITA) were identified, isolated, and a loop of silk suture was placed around arteries for traction.

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