Subglottic region: normal topography and possible clinical implications.

Abstract

A precise definition of clinically important laryngeal regions and compartments is still a matter of controversy. The often neglected subglottic area was reinvestigated in plastinated serial sections of 21 human adult specimens. The superior border of the subglottic region is defined by the transition of squamous stratified epithelium covering the vocal… (More)

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