suprahyoid

Above the hyoid bone, denoting, among other things, a group of muscles.

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su·pra·hy·oid -'hī-.ȯid adj situated or occurring superior to the hyoid bone <\suprahyoid lymphadenectomy>

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su·pra·hy·oid (soo″prə-hiґoid) superior to the hyoid bone.

Medical dictionary. 2011.

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  • Suprahyoid — Su pra*hy oid, a. (Anat.) Hyomental. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • suprahyoid — su·pra·hyoid …   English syllables

  • suprahyoid muscle — n any of several muscles (as the mylohyoid and geniohyoid) passing upward to the jaw and face from the hyoid bone …   Medical dictionary

  • Suprahyoid muscles — Infobox Muscle Name = PAGENAME Latin = musculi suprahyoidei GraySubject = 112 GrayPage = 391 Caption = Muscles of the neck. Anterior view. Hyoid bone is white horizontal line near top. Infrahyoid muscles are below hyoid, while Suprahyoid muscles… …   Wikipedia

  • Suprahyoid branch of lingual artery — Infobox Artery Name = PAGENAME Latin = ramus suprahyoideus arteriae lingualis GraySubject = 144 GrayPage = 553 Caption = Superficial dissection of the right side of the neck, showing the carotid and subclavian arteries. The branch of the lingual… …   Wikipedia

  • suprahyoid pharyngotomy — external pharyngotomy in which the suprahyoid muscles are divided and the epiglottic vallecula is entered by following the hyoepiglottic ligament …   Medical dictionary

  • suprahyoid artery — ramus suprahyoideus arteriae lingualis …   Medical dictionary

  • suprahyoid muscles — musculi suprahyoidei …   Medical dictionary

  • suprahyoid spaces — the potential spaces of the neck and pharyngeal region superior to the hyoid bone, including the pharyngomaxillary and submandibular spaces …   Medical dictionary

  • suprahyoid thyroid — an accessory thyroid gland or thyroid tissue found above the hyoid bone …   Medical dictionary

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