Surgical Anatomy of Head and Neck by Professor Dr. Jelena Krmpotić-Nemanić, Professor Dr.

By Professor Dr. Jelena Krmpotić-Nemanić, Professor Dr. Wolfgang Draf, Professor Dr. Jan Helms (auth.)

Contents: The Neck and Thorax.- The Larynx and the Thyroid Gland.- The Face.- The Oral hollow space and the Oropharynx.- The Nose.- The Paranasal Sinus and the Retromaxillary Space.- the attention and its Orbital Adnexa.- The Ear.- the center and Posterior Cranial Fossae.- The cranium and the Gross Anatomy of the valuable worried System.- The Topography and diversifications of the additional- and Intracranial Vessels.- The Paraganglia.- References.- Index of Operations and Surgically very important Anatomic Relationships.- topic Index.

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5. 6. 7. Chidichino G et al. 19 (Plates 1-4) Relationship of the External Carotid. Artery to the Digastric and Stylohyoid Muscles (Lateral VIew) The external carotid artery normally lies medial to the digastric and stylohyoid muscles (Plate 1) and less frequently between the two muscles (Plate 2) or lateral to them (Plate 3) [2-4]. Koebke [1] also describes dissections in which this artery forms a loop around the styloid process (Plate 4). Surgical Importance Surgery of the parotid gland, lateral pharyngeal wall, and facial nerve; lateral approaches to the medial, lateral and posterior skull base; exposure of the internal carotid artery and jugular foramen; surgery of the infratemporal fossa.

Bartels P (1909) 2. Most A (1917) 3. 24 Lymphatic Drainage of the Upper Respiratory Tract and the Esophagus Lymphatic drainage from the nasal cavity and the nasopharynx drains into the retropharyngeal and upper jugular lymph nodes [2]. Lymph from the soft palate, tonsils, base of the tongue, posterior alveolar rim, retromolar trigone, and oropharyngeal walls all drains into the jugular or angulodigastric nodes. Additionally, the posterior tongue has a very rich network of lymphatics which drain into both ipsilateral and contralateral angulodigastric, medial jugular, and spinal nodes.

Adachi B (1928) 2. ,. -----;--~----- Ansa subclavia n. 16 (Plates 1-9) Variations of the Phrenic Nerve In general, the phrenic nerve is formed from two rami (C 3 and C4 ), although it can rarely include a branch from C s [1,2]. The nerve runs obliquely from the superolateral to the inferomedial part of the anterior scalene muscle. In so doing, it passes behind the subclavian vein and medial to the internal thoracic vessels (vasa thoracica interna) in the anterior mediastinum (Plate 1). On occasion it passes lateral to the vein (Plate 2) or loops around either the subclavian vein (Plate 3) or the internal thoracic vessels (Plate 4).

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