pharyngotomy


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pharyngotomy

 [far″ing-got´ah-me]
incision of the pharynx.

phar·yn·got·o·my

(far'ing-got'ŏ-mē),
Any cutting operation on the pharynx either from without or from within.
[pharyngo- + G. tomē, incision]

pharyngotomy

/phar·yn·got·o·my/ (far″ing-got´ah-me) incision of the pharynx.

pharyngotomy

(făr′ĭn-gŏt′ə-mē)
n.
Surgical incision of the pharynx.

phar·yn·got·o·my

(far'in-got'ŏ-mē)
Any cutting operation on the pharynx either from without or from within.
[pharyngo- + G. tomē, incision]

phar·yn·got·o·my

(far'ing-got'ŏ-mē)
Any cutting operation on the pharynx.
[pharyngo- + G. tomē, incision]

pharyngotomy,

n a cutting operation upon the pharynx, either from without or from within.

pharyngotomy

incision of the pharynx.
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Lateral pharyngotomy is done above the hyoid bone and inferior to hypoglossal nerve and the mass is visualized through the pharyngotomy opening and dissection is carried out.
Large tumors can be excised through external approaches, like Laryngofissure, Lateral pharyngotomy and sub-hyoidpharyngology whereas small tumors are excised endoscopically.
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For larger tumors, an external approach, such as a lateral or subhyoid pharyngotomy, may be required.
The lesion was excised entirely via a lateral pharyngotomy approach.
A complete removal of the mass was achieved via a transcervical approach with a lateral pharyngotomy.
6) The preferred surgical approaches for removal of laryngeal neurilemmomas are the transhyoid approach, the laryngofissure approach, and the lateral pharyngotomy approach.
lateral pharyngotomy or midline thyrotomy) to achieve complete tumor removal while preserving laryngeal function and the overlying mucosa.
Surgical options include transoral, midline transhyoid, and lateral pharyngotomy approaches.
An external approach is indicated for larger tumors--either a lateral pharyngotomy, lateral thyrotomy, or a laryngofissure technique.