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A Complex Suicide by Ligature Strangulation and Hanging Using Two Different Ligatures

Subramaniam K, Pankajakshan CN

Hanging is the most common method of suicide in Malaysia. However, hanging in combination with suicidal ligature strangulation is uncommon. The victim is a 31-year-old man, with no previous medical...
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More frequent detection of calcified carotid atherosclerotic plaques and mineralized laryngeal cartilages on digital than on film-based panoramic radiographs

de-Azevedo-Vaz SL, Machado JV, Pereira TC, Freitas DQ

PURPOSE: To determine whether calcified carotid atherosclerotic plaques (CCAPs) and mineralized laryngeal cartilages (MLCs) were more frequently detected on digital or film-based panoramic radiographs. The clinical relevance of this question...
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Practical Approach of Laryngeal Ultrasonography

Cho W

Ultrasonography has increasingly moved from being a modality confined to the radiology department to an active diagnostic and therapeutic aid available to the head and neck at the point of...
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Is the diagnosis of calcified laryngeal cartilages on panoramic radiographs possible?

Çağırankaya LB, Akkaya N, Akçiçek , Boyacıoğlu Doğru H

PURPOSE: Detecting laryngeal cartilages (triticeous and thyroid cartilages) on panoramic radiographs is important because they may be confused with carotid artery calcifications in the bifurcation region, which are a risk...
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A Case of Horizontal Partial Laryngectomy for Laryngeal Trauma

Ha JG, Park AY, Choi BI, Hong HJ

Laryngeal trauma is rare compared to other head and neck traumas, but it occurs, it can be life threatening. As for treatment, a laryngeal fracture that involves displacement of cartilage...
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Distribution of elastic fibers in the head and neck: a histological study using late-stage human fetuses

Kinoshita , Umezawa T, Omine Y, Kasahara M, Rodriguez-Vazquez JF, Murakami G, Abe S

There is little or no information about the distribution of elastic fibers in the human fetal head. We examined this issue in 15 late-stage fetuses (crown-rump length, 220-320 mm) using...
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Morphometric Analysis of the Korean Thyroid Cartilage for Age-estimation : Radiographic Study

Park DK, Ko JS, Kim MS, Chun MH, Han SH

  • KMID: 2283409
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2007 Sep;20(3):179-187.
The thyroid cartilage, which is the biggest cartilage in laryngeal cartilages, undergoes the osseous changes with advancing age and the process is ordinary endochondral ossification. With respect to the spread...
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Morphometric Analysis of the Korean Thyroid Cartilage for Identification of Sex : Metric Study

Park DK, Kim DI, Lee UY, Han KH, Kim KH, Han SH

  • KMID: 2283166
  • Korean J Phys Anthropol.
  • 2003 Sep;16(3):129-136.
The thyroid cartilage is located just below the hyoid bone and is the biggest cartilage in laryngeal cartilage. The purpose of this study is to identify the sex based on...
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Ossification Patterns of Laryngeal Cartilage Using CT Scan

Park HJ, Kong SK, Seo CJ, Kim KT, Lee IW, Lee BJ, Roh HJ, Goh EK, Chon KM, Wang SG

  • KMID: 2274773
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 2000 Nov;43(11):1241-1246.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Cancer invasion of the laryngeal cartilage is mainly found in the ossified portion of cartilage and contraindication for conservation surgery of laryngopharyngeal cancer. Thus, it is an...
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Cancer Invasion to Laryngeal Cartilage after Radiation Therapy in Salvaged Laryngectomy Specimens

Chon KM, Wang SG, Goh EK, Roh HJ, Kim SG, Shim WY, Suh KS

  • KMID: 2274361
  • Korean J Otolaryngol-Head Neck Surg.
  • 1997 Nov;40(11):1571-1577.
BACKGROUND: Many head and neck surgeons preferred the radiotherapy as a first choice in treating early laryngeal carcinoma(T1, T2) to surgical operation because of the relatively high curability(80-90%), organ preservation...
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Evaluation of laryngeal carcinoma by computed tomography

Kwak JH, Kim SM, Lee SW, Eun TK, Kim SY

The limitation so direct or indirect laryngoscopy and laryngogram in detemining the exact site and anatomiclocation of laryngeal carcinoma were well documented by many authors. As compared with laryngoscopy and...
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