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The infrahyoid region of the neck includes the visceral, anterior cervical, posterior cervical, carotid, retropharyngeal, and perivertebral spaces. The visceral space contains the thyroid, parathyroid glands, larynx, hypopharynx, the cervical trachea, and esophagus, the recurrent laryngeal nerve. The carotid space contains two parts, which extend from the(More)
The suprahyoid region extends from the base of the skull to the hyoid bone and includes the pharyngeal, parapharyngeal, parotid, carotid, masticator, retropharyngeal, and perivertebral spaces, as well as the oral cavity. The areas that can be explored by ultrasound include the parotid, carotid, and masticator spaces; the oral cavity; the submandibular and(More)
The post-surgical malignant recurrences of bronchogenic cancer may be classified as local, regional, locoregional. The present series is based on 115 patients observed in 1982-1987. In all of them a tumour recurrence was clinically and/or radiologically suspected: the histological findings or the follow-up confirmed such a diagnosis in 52 cases. A correct(More)