prevertebral


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pre·ver·te·bral

a. prevertebral, situado enfrente de una vértebra.
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One patient had not only extracapsular fibrous adipose tissue and striated muscle invasion but also invasion of the subcutaneous tissue, ipsilateral pyriform sinus, prevertebral muscle, and esophageal muscle.
Despite the FDA approval of rhBMP-2 for use in anterior cervical discectomy and fusion cases, the FDA issued a warning after several studies encountered prevertebral swelling leading to dysphagia (11, 12).
Acute calcific tendinitis of the longus colli muscle is known by many names including prevertebral calcific tendinitis and retropharyngeal calcific tendinitis, and it remains an underdiagnosed disease.
Cervical spine radiographs revealed complete bilateral ossification of the stylohyoid ligaments as well as advanced ossification of the anterior longitudinal ligament (flowing hyperostosis) throughout the cervical and upper thoracic spine, abutting and displacing the prevertebral soft-tissues (Figures 1-3).
6 x 2-cm mass with edema and infiltrative changes in the left carotid space extending to the prevertebral soft tissues, consistent with a pseudoaneurysm (figure 1).
Her MRI cervical spine showed multiple cystic lesions in prevertebral regions at C1 and C2 levels with extension into neural foramina bilaterally.
With constant aspiration, the needle was slowly advanced till two tissue pops were felt at the prevertebral fascia and the vein wall.
The retropharyngeal space (RPS) is bordered anteriorly by the visceral fascia and posteriorly by the prevertebral fascia and is commonly referred to as the "danger space.
These, in turn, drain to the prevertebral nodes some of which lie in the alar space immediately in front of pre-vertebral fascia, thus allowing potential communication with the spine.
Caption: FIGURE 6: Midsagittal CT soft tissue window demonstrating prevertebral soft tissue swelling of 16.
Perforation of the cervical esophagus can lead to the presence of prevertebral air bubbles and soft tissue thickening.
The authors specified contraindications to the surgery as: unresectability of involved neck nodes, mandibular invasion, tongue base invasions necessitating more than 50% resection of the tongue base, pharyngeal wall involvement requiring more than 50% resection of the posterior pharyngeal wall, radiologic confirmation of carotid artery involvement, and fixation of the tumor to prevertebral fascia.