SLN

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SLNSpecial Local Need
SLNSentinel Lymph Node
SLNSUNY (State University of New York) Learning Network
SLNScience Learning Network
SLNSri Lanka Navy
SLNStraight Line
SLNSign Language Network
SLNSolution File
SLNSlovene (linguistics)
SLNSociété Métallurgique le Nickel (French: Nickel Smelting Company)
SLNSuperior Laryngeal Nerve
SLNSubmandibular Lymph Nodes
SLNVisual Studio .net Solution (Visual Studio File Type)
SLNSYBYL Line Notation (notation for organic structures)
SLNSenior Lending Network (reverse mortgages)
SLNSaskatchewan Literacy Network (Canada)
SLNSchool Library Network
SLNSalina, KS, USA - Salina Municipal (Airport Code)
SLNStudent Loan Network (Quincy, MA)
SLNSolarian League Navy (Honor Harrington science fiction novels)
SLNSimple Living Network
SLNSequence Line Number
SLNSpirit Links Newsletter
SLNSubscriber Line Number (last 4 digits of a phone number)
SLNSports et Loisirs Nautiques (French: Sports and Water Sports; Coudoulière, France)
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Neuroanatomic studies have indicated axons descending from the internal superior laryngeal nerve to the internal laryngeal muscles.
The superior laryngeal nerve is usually found medial to the artery between the hyoid bone and thyroid cartilage, and a block needle is inserted in the plane of the ultrasound beam in a medial to lateral orientation.
Hoarseness after laryngeal blunt trauma: A differential diagnosis between an injury to the external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve and an arytenoid subluxation.
It is inferred from the table that among the patients who had undergone total thyroidectomy only one patient had developed the complications of recurrent laryngeal nerve injury, superior laryngeal nerve injury, hypothyroidism and hypoparathyroidism, whereas among the patients who underwent subtotal thyroidectomy none of these complications were seen.
Castro, "The Superior Laryngeal Nerve in Thyroid Surgery," Annals of Surgery 134, no.
External branch of the superior laryngeal nerve monitoring during thyroid and parathyroid surgery: international Neural Monitoring Study Group standards guideline statement," Laryngoscope, vol.
Ultrasound-guided bilateral superior laryngeal nerve block to aid awake endotracheal intubation in a patient with cervical spine disease for emergency surgery.
Preserving the superior laryngeal nerve in patients undergoing total glossectomy is the most important factor in preventing aspiration.
Approximately, 20% of patients are at risk of injury to the external branches of the superior laryngeal nerve, especially if superior pole vessels are ligated en masse.
11) Fibrillation potentials or a lack of electrical response is more consistent with an injury to the recurrent laryngeal nerve or to the external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve.
If the weakness is severe, there can be a tilt of the larynx towards the side of the weakened superior laryngeal nerve and/or cricothyroid muscle.
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