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cervical

[′sər·və·kəl]
(anatomy)
Of or relating to the neck, a necklike part, or the cervix of an organ.
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However we did not find a CT angiographic study evaluating the variations at the origin of arteries and trunks within the lateral cervical region. In this study, we retrospectively reviewed this area in the carotid artery CT angiographies and analyzed the branching types of arteries and trunks.
Procedure related surgical emphysema occurred in two patients, it was limited to cervical region and subsided with conservative management.
Key words: neoplasm, cervical region, immunohistochemistry, thymoma, mixed thymoma, avian, American robin, Turdus migratorius
Therefore, the anterior cervical region has to be dissected carefully during surgery so that no residual thyroid tissue remains.
Clinical examination revealed palpable mass in cranial and mid cervical region and obstructing mass moving up and down with incomplete obstruction were selected for the study.
Treatment consisted of eight hours/day of Mechanical Lymphatic Therapy using an electromechanical device (RAGodoy) that performs plantar flexion and extension, associated with 15 minutes of Cervical Lymphatic Therapy, a technique developed by Godoy and Godoy that involves stimulation in the cervical region and a grosgrain compression stocking alternated with elastic bandages.
There are only three reports of solitary intraspinal osteolipomas until now--two in the cervical region and one in the thoracic spine.
A 3-year-old boy presented to our clinic with a large swelling in the right supraclavicular region, extending to posterior cervical region for 15 days.
Ultrasonographic examination of the cervical region revealed the presence of intraluminal calcification at the level of the bifurcation of the left common carotid artery (Figure 2a-c).
A 31-year-old man presented with dysphagia, hoarseness, and pain in the cervical region after the ingestion of Turkish chicken doner kebab (a traditional vertical rotisserie).
Chest CT detected free air particles around the clavicle and sternum, in cervical region, between muscles, at subcutaneous tissue, in peritracheal and esophageal region, at superior mediastinum and anterior thymus, at retrosternal localization, around of arcus aorta and its branches, in mediastinal and deeper neck fascia's without any positive findings of intestinal perforation.
With just one millimeter the epidural space in the cervical region is significantly narrower as compared with the thoracic (4-5 mm) or lumbar (5-6 mm) region.