The superior thyroid artery in relation to the external               carotid and its branches

The superior thyroid artery arises, within the carotid triangle, from the front of the external carotid artery close to its origin.

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superior thyroid artery branch of ECA on ultrasound - Google Search

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Thyroid blood supply.... Superior thyroid artery in close relationship with External laryngeal nerve ... During thyroidectomy.. Superior thyroid artery ligated near to glance to save ELN and inferior thyroid artery ligated away from gland to save ELN

Superior thyroid artery in close relationship with External laryngeal nerve . During thyroidectomy. Superior thyroid artery ligated near to glance to save ELN and inferior thyroid artery ligated away from gland to save ELN

Most dangerous complication is respiratory obstruction ....And late complication is hypocalcemia present 2_5 days to develop ....Bleeding  from superior thyroid artery

Most dangerous complication is respiratory obstruction .And late complication is hypocalcemia present days to develop .Bleeding from superior thyroid artery

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Human anatomy scientific illustrations: Superior thyroid artery royalty-free stock vector art

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Sternocleidomastoideus Origin	Manubrium sterni and medial portion of the clavicle Insertion	Mastoid process of the temporal bone, superior nuchal line Artery	Occipital artery and the superior thyroid artery Nerve	Motor: accessory nerve sensory: cervical plexus Actions	 Unilaterally; cervical rotation to opposite side, cervical lateral flexion to same side  Bilaterally; cervical flexion, raises the sternum and assists in forced inspiration.

Ever wonder what causes that headache behind your eye? It's trigger points in this muscle - sternocleidomastoid. Massage helps release those points and eases the pain!

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