Access to the Neck in Penetrating Trauma
The neck is an incredibly anatomically complex region of the body containing vital aerodigestive and neurovascular structures. Despite this density of structures, you can access the entire neck by knowing three basic exposures.
KeywordsRecurrent Laryngeal Nerve Innominate Vein Carotid Sheath Inferior Thyroid Artery Sternal Notch
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