(prē'lă-rin'jē-ăl), Avoid the mispronunciation prelarynge'al.
Anterior to the larynx; denoting especially one or two small lymphatic nodes.
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It is often seen in lingual, sublingual and prelaryngeal locations.
5] The other sites are sublingual, prelaryngeal, intratracheal, oesophagus, mediastinum, gall bladder, porta hepatis, salivary glands etc.
1,2] 90% of these are lingual thyroid and others may be sublingual (Suprahyoid, infrahyoid at the level of hyoid bone), prelaryngeal, mediastinal; though other unusual sites have also been accounted for: trachea, submandibular, lateral cervical regions, axilla, palatine tonsils, carotid bifurcation, iris of eye, pituitary gland, heart, thymus, oesophagus, duodenum, gallbladder, stomach.