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48 Possible Causes for Left, membrane, thyrohyoid

  • Laryngocele

    Abstract Laryngocele is a rare, benign dilatation of the laryngeal saccule that may extend internally into the airway or externally through the thyrohyoid membrane.[] A chest X-ray showed a left basal pulmonary opacity. Bronchoscopic exploration found an infiltrated and narrow left stem bronchus with complete stenosis of the lingula.[] Abstract A laryngocele is an air-filled swelling of the upper pouch (the sacculus) of the laryngeal ventricle of Morgagni, which may herniate through the thyro-hyoid membrane[]

  • Rheumatoid Nodule

    A rheumatoid nodule of the thyrohyoid membrane is very rare.[] Abstract The case is presented of a patient with mild rheumatoid arthritis who developed an enlarged painful tissue mass in the left lower leg.[] Surgical exploration showed a tumor infiltrating the valve, the annulus, and the adjacent left ventricular wall, which required complete valve resection.[]

  • Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Palsy

    . • The external branch supplies cricothyroid muscle while the internal branch pierces the thyrohyoid membrane & supplies sensory innervation to the larynx & hypopharynx.[] She demonstrated a left vocal cord paralysis probably secondary to a unilateral left recurrent laryngeal nerve palsy.[] Zone 5 is the domain of the ENT surgeons, as the nerve reaches its final destination, pierces the cricothyroid membrane, and starts doing what it was designed to do: giving[]

  • Laryngeal Fracture

    The triticeous cartilage is located in the thyrohyoid ligament.[] […] process (left of photo) is again just out of view.[] […] laryngoscopy Esophagoscopy Exploration/repair Stent required Relevant Anatomy Collectively, the hyoid bone, the thyroid and cricoid cartilages, and the cricothyroid and thyrohyoid[]

  • Vocal Cord Paralysis

    . • The external branch supplies cricothyroid muscle while the internal branch pierces the thyrohyoid membrane & supplies sensory innervation to the larynx & hypopharynx.[] Abstract Left vocal cord palsy is a well-recognised rare complication of SLE.[] A second injection was performed at the far lateral mid-membranous true vocal cord.[]

  • Anterior Pituitary Disease

    Suprahyoid Muscles Infrahyoid Muscles Stylohyoid Digastric Mylohyoid Geniohyoid Omohyoid Sternohyoid Thyrohyoid Sternothyroid There are several important vascular structures[] The Left Occiput Anterior position has the reputation as the best fetal position.[] Directly behind the iris is the lens , which is surrounded by a fine membrane and on the right and the left is directly connected with the ciliary muscle by the zonular fibres[]

  • Superior Laryngeal Nerve Paralysis

    […] accompanies the superior thyroid artery. superior laryngeal artery is a branch of the superior thyroid artery. superior laryngeal artery & internal laryngeal nerve pierce the thyrohyoid[] […] epiglottis to the side of weakness in 60% of participants during a glissando up maneuver produced at normal volume, and 2) axial rotation of the posterior commissure to the left[] The cricothyroid muscle is located by inserting the needle 5 - 10 mm off midline a the cricothyroid membrane level and angling it laterally towards the cricoid cartilage.[]

  • Ectopic Thyroid Tissue

    The relationship of a mass to landmarks such as the foramen cecum, hyoid bone, strap muscles, thyrohyoid membrane, and thyroid cartilage can help differentiate a thyroglossal[] The only report from a hemodynamically significant obstruction of the left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) by a heterotopic thyroid gland was published in 1988.[] The Tc99m Pertechnetate scan showed the presence of a functioning area under the left lobe of the thyroid gland. The patient underwent surgery.[]

  • Tracheal Stenosis

    The thyrohyoid release, especially, has been associated with some short-term problems with dysphagia, which reportedly improve with time.[] Abstract We report a rare case of tetralogy of Fallot (TOF) with left pulmonary artery (LPA) sling with tracheal stenosis.[] CONCLUSION: Association between recurrent membranous tracheal stenosis and a tracheal diverticulum is a rare medical condition.[]

  • Hypoglossal Nerve Palsy

    They branch off to innervate the geniohyoid (elevates the hyoid bone) and thyrohyoid (depresses the hyoid bone) muscles.[] Abstract A 52-year-old Caucasian man presented with sudden onset of difficulty in moving his tongue to the left with preceding left-sided headache with no neck pain.[] […] abduction and internal rotation): superior oblique muscle V Trigeminal nerve Sensory Facial sensation: ophthalmic (V 1 ), maxillary (V 2 ), mandibular nerve (V 3 ) Mucous membranes[]