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Anatomía de la región cervical (cuello)

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Esta ilustración médica muestra la anatomía normal de la región cervical (cuello) desde una vista de corte transversal debajo del nivel del cartílago tiroides, con etiquetas resaltadas para tres estructuras clínicamente importantes: el nervio laríngeo recurrente, el ganglio estrellado y el tubérculo anterior del proceso transverso. Otras estructuras etiquetadas en la imagen incluyen la glándula tiroides, tráquea, esófago, asa cervical, arteria carótida interna, vena yugular, médula espinal, nervio accesorio craneal (CN XI), nervio vago (CN X), vena yugular externa y arteria vertebral.

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