A study of anatomical variability of the omohyoid muscle and its clinical relevance

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Rajalakshmi Rai; Anu Ranade; Soubhagya Nayak; Rajanigandha Vadgaonkar; Pai Mangala; Ashwin Krishnamurthy;
(2008)

OBJECTIVE: The omohyoid muscle is a long, thin muscle consisting of superior and inferior bellies and an intermediate tendon, which runs obliquely in the lateral cervical region. The omohyoid is important in neck dissections because it is the surgical landmark for level... View more