Matthew L. Miller

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Manipulation of the nerve supply to the posterior cricoarytenoid (PCA) muscle has potential for ameliorating the symptoms of some neurologic conditions such as abductor spasmodic dysphonia. The anatomy of the nerve supply to the PCA is better understood than in previous eras, but the anatomical understanding has not translated to clinical application yet.(More)
Neural crest cells (NCC) are stem cells that generate different lineages, including neuroendocrine, melanocytic, cartilage, and bone. The differentiation potential of NCC varies according to the level from which cells emerge along the neural tube. For example, only anterior "cranial" NCC form craniofacial bone, whereas solely posterior "trunk" NCC(More)
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