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Structure of first pharyngeal pouch

Known as: First Pharyngeal Pouch, First branchial pouch 
A paired invagination of embryonic pharyngeal endoderm that forms the pharyngotympanic tube and middle ear cavity.
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2018
2018
This prospective study was conducted in Basrah Teaching Hospital to evaluate the hearing of β thalassemia major patients, and to… 
Review
2013
Review
2013
The prevalence of chronic suppurative otitis media (CSOM) is high worldwide. However, knowledge of associated risk factors is… 
2012
2012
Abstract Conclusions: 1. The principle of bilateral symmetry depends on the chordal cartilage that is the keystone in cranial… 
2006
2006
Recurrences are most likely due to proliferation of residual epithelium from cysts or sinuses. The surgical procedure should thus… 
2005
2005
The ear is composed of three separate regions that are embryologically distinct, i.e., the external, middle, and inner ear. 
1992
1992
The purpose of this study was to describe the luminal development of the murine eustachian tube and middle ear. Thirty specimens… 
1981
1981
The clinical and histologic features of the second reported case of retrotympanic odontoma, which clinically presented as a… 
1972
1972
A branchiogenic cyst within the parotid gland presenting as a benign parotid tumor in a 56-year-old white man is reported… 
Review
1969
Review
1969
REVIEW of the literature reveals that a middle ear cyst possibly arising from remnants of the first pharyngeal pouch is a unique… 
1961
1961
  • R. C. Tanzer
  • Archives of otolaryngology
  • 1961
  • Corpus ID: 26837830
Congenital absence of the ear creates one of our most challenging reconstructive problems. A loss due to avulsion, laceration, or…