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This review discusses the anatomy and blood supply of spinal accessory nerve …
Biology Articles » Anatomy & Physiology » Anatomy, Human » Anatomy of the Spinal Accessory Nerve Plexus: Relevance to Head and Neck Cancer and Atherosclerosis » Conclusions
It is evident that gross and microscopic study continues to be needed to know the anatomy and blood supply of the spinal accessory nerve plexus. Despite centuries of intensive study by learned and capable scholars, many aspects of the anatomy of this structure still remain unknown. More knowledge in this area will assist us in better planning surgical head and neck dissections to improve outcomes; and, even more importantly, to improve our patients’ well being and quality of life.
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