lingual artery


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lingual artery

[′liŋ·gwəl ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
An artery originating in the external carotid and supplying the tongue.
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Using the Test t of Student (Table I) it was not observed a significant difference (p [menor que o igual a] 0,05) among the pairs of the average of the distances between the origins of the lingual artery with the facial artery and the superior thyroid artery of both sides.
The best way of control the lingual hemorrhages is to act directly in the bleeding region, if the bleeding was not controlled, the procedure consists of the extraoral ligature of the lingual artery for the suitable control of the intraoral hemorrhage Kruger and Bavitz et al.
In the study of the lingual artery in the anterior trigone region of the neck, the presence of the linguofacial trunk observed in our survey are partially according to the studies of Basmajian (1993); Shangkuan et al.
From the works found in the literature only Moore (1994) related that the lingual artery is found 5mm above the extremity of the greater horn of the hyoid bone and Homze et al.
His right lingual artery was seen to be thrombosed without evidence of direct tumor invasion, so it is probable that thrombosis of this vessel occurred at the time of his original laryngectomy 25 years earlier.
Had our patient had no history of surgery, it is far less likely that we would have achieved such a fortunate outcome after bilateral lingual artery ligation.
Collateral circulation after ligation of the lingual artery in dogs.
016-inch microwire, and the left lingual artery was selectively catheterized.
13-16] of these reports described the treatment of iatrogenic pseudoaneurysms--one in the internal carotid artery [13] and one in the lingual artery.