Musculature of Esophagus Anatomy - pediagenosis
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Wednesday, October 17, 2018

Musculature of Esophagus Anatomy

Musculature of Esophagus Anatomy
Thyroid cartilage, Cricoid cartilage, Left main bronchus, Trachea, Inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle, Circular muscle layer, Window cut in longitudinal muscle layer, Fibroelastic membranes with sparse muscle fibers, Lateral mass of longitudinal muscle, Bare area on ventral surface of esophagus, Circular muscle layer with sparse longitudinal fibers in V-shaped area (of Laimer),

Additional fibers from contralateral side of cricopharyngeus (muscle) part of inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle, Main longitudinal muscle bundle passing upward and ventrally to attach to middle of posterior surface of cricoid cartilage, Zone of sparse muscle fibers, Cricopharyngeus (muscle) part of inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle, Accessory muscle bundle from posterolateral surface of cricoid cartilage, Pharyngeal raphe, Hook.

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