suprahyoid muscles

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suprahyoid muscles

[¦sü·prə′hī‚ȯid ‚məs·əlz]
(anatomy)
The muscles attached to the upper margin of the hyoid bone.
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Child-size disposable Ag/AgCl Meditrace Kendall electrodes were trimmed and positioned on the suprahyoid muscle region from the median below the chin in the posterior-anterior direction.
This produces a decrease of the tension of the suprahyoid muscles.
(2-8) This article will present a discussion of each of the various spaces of the suprahyoid neck, along with a list of differential diagnoses pertinent to that space based on its anatomical contents.
Traditional Shaker exercise facilitates physiologic changes in the suprahyoid muscles.
In the pharyngeal phase, the reconstruction of suprahyoids by suturing them onto the superior margin of the repaired thyroglossus pull on the reconstructed segment, helping to lift the pharynx which in turn helps to relax the reconstructed thyropharyngeus opening entrance to the esophagus.
However, we lack information on the CT findings for detailed analysis of site (middle, left, or right), and location (submental, suprahyoid, over hyoid, and infrahyoid) of the cysts in relation to the hyoid bone as well as to the midline and rule out malignancy preoperatively.
When it comes to the height, over 82% of TDC are located at the infrahyoid muscles, and only 5% at the suprahyoid ones [12].
When applying NMES, mylohyoid, thyrohyoid, suprahyoid, infrahyoid, and geniohyoid muscle contractions are tried to be activated through the electrodes placed on the submental and laryngeal regions in the anterior neck (1,2,13).
Specific areas addressed include, cerebral hemispheres, the sella/suprasellar region, the pineal region, orbit, nose, and sinuses, the suprahyoid and infrahyoid neck, and extradural space, among many others.
A decision regarding suprahyoid release is made after the resected section has been measured and the degree of tension determined by the surgeon by pulling the inferior and superior stumps together.
A fine needle aspirate is needed to confirm the diagnosis if the mass is suprahyoid to help differentiate
When only part of the lymphatic malformation is excised, there is an 88% recurrence rate.M Several studies have shown an increase in rates of recurrence, morbidity, and complications for lymphangiomas located in the suprahyoid versus infrahyoid region, whereas one study found no difference in recurrence rates when comparing these locations.