hypopharynx


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hypopharynx

[¦hī·pō′far·iŋks]
(anatomy)
(invertebrate zoology)
A sensory, tonguelike structure on the floor of the mouth of many insects; sometimes modified for piercing.
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We conducted a retrospective study of a cross-sectional historical cohort to evaluate the expression of VEGF and COX-2 markers in SCC of the larynx or hypopharynx and to correlate their expression with tumor size.
13) If these patients have soft tissue hypertrophy causing airway obstruction at the tongue base or hypopharynx, hypopharyngeal surgery offers drastic improvement in functional outcomes.
Impaction of ingested FB in the hypopharynx is common in emergency department practice (2) with a spectrum of presentation ranging from acute life-threatening airway obstructions to less severe forms that can, however, lead to serious complications if not diagnosed and treated promptly (3).
We report the first case of myofibrosarcoma of the hypopharynx occurring 16 years after radiotherapy to a well differentiated squamous cell carcinoma of larynx.
The data sheet provided spaces for the video freeze frame measurement of the cross sectional area of the hypopharynx before and during the Mueller's maneuver.
After 17 months, the tumor had extended into the right temporal bone and showed metastasis in the abdomen and lung without the metastasis in the neck or the recurrence in the hypopharynx.
1 F 50 Unknown primary 6,040 + + 2 M 59 Hypopharynx 7,040 + + 3 M 82 Hypopharynx 7,000 [+ or -] + 4 F 69 Larynx 7,000 - + 5 M 54 Oral cavity 6,040 + + 6 M 67 Hypopharynx 7,040 [+ or -] + 7 M 47 Larynx 6,040 [+ or -] + 8 M 53 Larynx 7,500 + + 9 M 51 Oropharynx 6,040 + + 10 M 76 Larynx 7,000 + + 11 M 56 Larynx 6,040 [+ or -] + 12 F 73 Oral cavity 6,040 + + Patients Salivary glands CT SG Left side Sub- Parotid Sub- Sub- ling.
ureteric calculi of insufficient density to be visible on plain films and impacted fish bones in the hypopharynx and cervical oesophagus, which may not be visible on plain films (Fig.
Squamous cell carcinomas arising in other sites, such as the esophagus, hypopharynx, nasopharynx, and larynx can produce cystic neck metastases, but they generally do not have the histologic features characteristic of most oropharyngeal cystic squamous cell carcinoma metastases.
That's because you're getting organisms from the hypopharynx.
Miki, who was under treatment after hypopharynx cancer surgery in 2006, was 64.