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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Thyrohyoid Approach for Vocal Fold Augmentation, Annals of Otology, Rhinology & Laryngology (2006), 115(9):699-702
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.
Those that extend through the thyrohyoid membrane, but with dilation of only the extralaryngeal component are termed external.
The superior location lies between the superior and middle pharyngeal constrictor in the area of the inferior pole of the tonsil and the side of the vallecula; the inferior location is situated between the middle and inferior constrictor and the thyrohyoid membrane.
Some tumors maybe large enough to herniate through the thyrohyoid membrane and present as a neck mass.
The pathwaystarts at the piriform sinus and pierces the thyrohyoid membrane.
The tract terminates by piercing the lateral thyrohyoid membrane at the piriform sinus.
The tract pierces the posterolateral thyrohyoid membrane and enters the piriform sinus more anterior and cranial than does the fourth branchial fistula?
The vocal fold was medialized with an inferiorly based thyrohyoid muscle flap, and an arytenoid adduction was performed through the laryngotomy window.
The internal laryngocele remains within the larynx, whereas the external type extends through the thyrohyoid membrane into the neck and presents as a neck mass.
4) There are four general types of thyroglossal duct based on location: thyrohyoid (60.