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Clinical Correlate Anterior and Posterior Triangle

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Posted by lae2 on November 17, 2014 at 16:15:33:

Clinical Correlate Anterior and Posterior Triangle - DG

1. The infrahyoid muscles are accessory swallowing muscles and are innervated by the hypoglossal nerve.
2. The middle thyroid artery and nerve pass through the inferior pole of the thyroid gland.
3. Thyrohyoid duct cysts are tethered to the base of the tongue.
4. The parathyroid glands receive arterial supply from the superior thyroid gland.
5. Thyroidea IMA is a common, but, nonetheless, anomalous, artery to the parathyroid glands.
6. The superior laryngeal nerve innervates the cricothyroideus muscle.
7. The Delphian lymph nodes are closely related to the cricothyroid membrane.
8. Emergency access to the airway is done at the cricothyroid membrane.
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