thyrohyoid


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Related to thyrohyoid: geniohyoid, omohyoid, sternothyroid, sternohyoid

thyrohyal

 [thi″ro-hi´al, thi″ro-hi´oid] (thyrohyoid) pertaining to the thyroid gland or cartilage and the hyoid bone.

thy·ro·hy·oid

(thī'rō-hī'oyd),
Relating to the thyroid cartilage and the hyoid bone. See: thyrohyoid (muscle).

thyrohyoid

/thy·ro·hy·oid/ (-hi´oid) pertaining to the thyroid gland or cartilage and the hyoid bone.

thy·ro·hy·oid

(thī'rō-hī'oyd)
Relating to the thyroid cartilage and the hyoid bone.
See also: thyrohyoid muscle

thyrohyoid

1. pertaining to the thyroid gland or cartilage and the hyoid bone.
2. one of the chain of hyoid bones, one that articulates with the thyroid cartilage and the basihyoid.

thyrohyoid membrane
the membrane connecting the thyroid cartilage to the hyoid bone.
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A horizontal skin-crease incision is made at the thyrohyoid membrane level from the medial border of the sternocleidomastoid muscle to the midline of the neck.
It also shows that all the findings on delivering SES with electrodes placed on the thyrohyoid hint at the stimulation of the ISLN and not the direct conduction of the current to the vocal cords or the recurrent nerve.
The artery was apparently that branch of the superior thyroid, which is stated to accompany the internal laryngeal nerve, but which really enters the larynx through the thyrohyoid membrane on a lower plane quite close to the thyroid cartilage.
The tract courses posterior to the common or internal carotid artery, anterior to the vagus nerve, and pierces the thyrohyoid membrane.
used electrodes placed ipsilaterally and vertically, in parallel alignment along the thyrohyoid membrane (Watson, et al.
Important dynamic stabilizers consist of the sternocleidomastoid, trapezius, strap muscles (sternohyoid, sternothyroid, thyrohyoid, and the omohyoid), and paraspinal muscles.
Superior laryngeal (SL) neuralgia is paroxysmal pain above the thyrohyoid membrane.
Thyrohyoid membrane was then divided in the midline and thyroid cartilage was split at ridge only.
9) Fourth BCCs are generally sinus tracts or fistulas and arise from the pyriform sinus, pierce the thyrohyoid membrane, and descend along the tracheoesophageal groove.