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Normal ultrasonographic appearance of thyroid. Surrounding structures: (J) internal jugular vein, (C) carotid artery, (SCM) sternocleidomastoid muscle, (S)
strap muscles, (TR) trachea, (E) esophagus, (LC) longus colli muscle. (Reprinted from Sholosh B, Borhani A. Thyroid ultrasound. Part I: technique and
diffuse disease. Radio Clin Am. 2011;49(3): 391–416 with permission from Elsevier.)
Source: Chapter 4. Ultrasound of the Neck: Thyroid and Parathyroid, Surgical and Interventional Ultrasound
Citation: Schrope B. Surgical and Interventional Ultrasound; 2014 Available at: Accessed: May 12, 2017
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