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  • StatPearls: Anatomy, Head and Neck, Stylopharyngeus Muscles [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Jain Prachi P Pandit B. D Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak Rathee Manu M Pandit B. D. Sharma University of Health Sciences BOOK
  • The stylopharyngeus muscle is a long, slender and tapered longitudinal pharyngeal muscle that runs between the styloid process of the temporal bone and the pharynx and functions during the pharyngeal phase of swallowing. The stylopharyngeus muscle, along with two other styloid muscles, i.e., the styloglossus muscle and the stylohyoid muscle, form the ‘bunch of Riolanus.’ It is the most vertical a…
  • Head Shape Modulates Diversification of a Classic Cichlid Pharyngeal Jaw Innovation. [Journal Article]
    Am Nat 2019; 194(5):693-706Burress ED, Tan M, Wainwright PC
  • Functional innovations are often invoked to explain the uneven distribution of ecological diversity. Innovations may provide access to new adaptive zones by expanding available ecological opportunities and may serve as catalysts of adaptive radiation. However, diversity is often unevenly distributed within clades that share a key innovation, highlighting the possibility that the impact of the inn…
  • Upper Airway Thermoregulation During Singing Warm-Up. [Journal Article]
    J Voice 2019Sandage MJ, Wang S, Cao G
  • The primary aim of this research was to quantify the degree to which the upper airway temperature changes with singing warm-up. Based on prior upper airway thermoregulation research it was hypothesized that upper airway temperature would not significantly increase during singing warm up when compared to prewarm up and recovery phases. Ten participants completed a short singing warm-up of their ch…
  • A Case of Isolated Unilateral Glossopharyngeal Nerve Palsy. [Journal Article]
    Clin Med Res 2019Savarimuthu MK, Nair AK
  • Isolated palsy of the glossopharyngeal nerve is rare. We report the case of an elderly patient with unilateral right glossopharyngeal nerve palsy secondary to extra cranial ischemia. On examination there was no other deficit other than an absent right gag reflex. We diagnosed her with ischemic stroke of the ninth nerve clinically and increased her daily dose of Aspirin from 81 mg to 325 mg. The m…
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