By Ronald A Bergman; R Shane Tubbs; Mohammadali M Shoja; Marios Loukas
Development at the energy of the former variations, Bergmans finished Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic edition is the 3rd installment of the vintage human anatomical reference introduced via Dr. Ronald Bergman. With either new and up-to-date entries, and now illustrated in complete colour, the encyclopedia presents a good extra accomplished reference on human version for anatomists, anthropologists, physicians, surgeons, clinical team of workers, and all scholars of anatomy. built via a crew of editors with large files publishing on either human edition and basic human anatomy, Bergmans finished Encyclopedia of Human Anatomic version is the lengthy awaited replace to this vintage reference.
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The right greater horn also consisted of a horizontal and vertical segment, which formed a number 7 shape. Additionally, the vertical segment formed a joint with the superior horn of the thyroid cartilage. The distal centimeter of the left greater horn was angulated 40 degrees posteroinferior. Puchowski (1933) reported a case where the thyrohyoid ligament was ossified. Di Nunno et al. (2004) found total fusion of the body of the hyoid bone with the greater horns in 10 (25%), partial fusion in 4 (10%), and evident articular rima between the body and the greater horns of the hyoid bone in 14 (35%).
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