infrahyoid muscles

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in·fra·hy·oid mus·cles

[TA]
the small, flat muscles inferior to the hyoid bone including the sternohyoid, omohyoid, sternothyroid, thyrohyoid, and levator muscle of the thyroid gland.
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For predominately vertical EVT, botulinum toxin is injected into each strap muscle to relieve symptoms.
Computed tomography and magnetic resonance images show a soft tissue tumor with adipose tissue between the sternocleidomastoid muscle and the anterior strap muscle.
In 4 cases, the anterior perforation was refashioned into a formal tracheostomy, and a strap muscle flap aided by a modified T-tube placement in another case.
Marsupialisation and strap muscle transposition laryngoplasty for vocal cysts with vocal fold atrophy.
(4) Many consider granuloma removal through a large laryngotomy window with strap muscle reconstruction and arytenoid adduction to be the surgical treatment of choice.
Reinnervation can be performed by direct end-to-end anastomosis with a nerve-muscle pedicled flap (strap muscle) or by direct electrical laryngeal stimulation.
A large cystic mass was found adherent to the skin and underlying strap muscles. It was punctured and approximately1500ml of serous fluid was aspirated.
The doctors initially suspected the woman to suffer from globus pharyngeus, the sensation of feeling a lump in the throat due to contraction of the strap muscles of the neck.
It was involving the strap muscles of both the sides and both the sternocleidomastoids.
Unusually, the calcified nodule was seen extending to the subcutaneous tissue plane between the strap muscles.
A four-layered closure is then performed, including the tracheal defect, strap muscles, subcutaneous fat, and skin.