Nervus laryngeus recurrens

Nervus laryngeus recurrens
Cognitores
TA A14.2.01.166
Anatomia
Nervus laryngeus recurrens sinister
Cursus nervi laryngei recurrentis sinistri

Nervus laryngeus recurrens est ramus nervi vagi musculos laryngis internos, extra musculum cricothyroideum (a nervo laryngeo superiore), innervans. Cursus amborum nervorum laryngeorum recurrentium, dextri et sinistri, diversi sunt, cursus asymmetricus est:

Postea uterque nervus recurrens sursum tracheae cursum sequitur, usque in laryngem.

Nervi laryngei recurrentes sunt nervi sensorii plicarum vocalium, at nervi motorii utriusque musculi cricoarytaenoidei posterioris (plicas vocales) aperientes.

Operatio chirurgica glandulae thyreoideae cum periculo nervum recurrentem laedendi coniuncta est[1].

NotaeRecensere

  1. Hartl D. M., Travagli J.-P., et al. (May 2005). "Clinical Review: Current Concepts in the Management of Unilateral Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Paralysis After Thyroid Surgery". The journal of clinical endocrinology and metabolism 90 (5): 3084-8 

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Allen E., Minutello K., Murcek B. W.: Anatomy, Head and Neck, Larynx Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve (StatPearls) (Anglice)

Nexus externiRecensere

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