suprahyoid


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suprahyoid

 [soo″prah-hi´oid]
above the hyoid bone.

su·pra·hy·oid

(sū'pră-hī'oyd),
Above the hyoid bone, denoting, among other things, a group of muscles.

suprahyoid

/su·pra·hy·oid/ (-hi´oid) above the hyoid bone.

suprahyoid

above the hyoid bone.
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The two main fascial layers of the suprahyoid neck are the superficial cervical fascia and the deep cervical fascia (DCF).
A suprahyoid release is rarely indicated if the stenosis is 3 cm or less in length.
9 This positive outcome may be due to the adequate hyoid bone resection and removal of persistent infra or suprahyoid tract remnants in cases of recurrent thyroglossal duct cysts.
In Chapter 15, another new table organizes the origins, insertions, innervations, and actions of the suprahyoid muscles and extrinsic muscles of the tongue.
Due to clinical problems of dysphagia and the need to use techniques that can accelerate the process of rehabilitation of swallowing, it is necessary to verify quantitatively and objectively the effects of NMES on suprahyoid muscles and consequently in swallowing for patients with neurological impairment.
They also cover endurance, fatigue, and the stability of EMG muscles and MUAPs, with discussion of the role of EMG in assessing joint stability, endurance time prediction using EMG, voluntary bending and using safety shoes in the workplace, and tongue movement estimation based on surface EMG signals from suprahyoid muscles, and methods and EMG systems and how they can be used in applications like myocontrolled neuroprosthesis, hand gesture recognition, and anthropometric variables and human-computer interfaces.
While these lesions may appear similar on computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans, their characteristic locations--midline or laterally, suprahyoid or infrahyoid, deep or superficial--may suggest a specific diagnosis.
The digastric muscle is a suprahyoid muscle formed by two muscle bellies: one anterior and the other posterior.
As a result, there was found that during saliva swallowing is the full participation of suprahyoid muscles, confirming the findings of Cunningham and Basmajian (1969) [25], Lehr et al.
Other approaches are transmandibular approach, lateral pharyngotomy approach and suprahyoid approach for large lingual thyroids.
Chapter 13: Oral Cavity, Pharynx, and Suprahyoid Neck.