Laimer triangle

Laimer triangle --> Killian's triangle

(Science: anatomy) The triangular-shaped area of the cervical oesophagus bordered by the oblique fibres of the inferior constrictor muscle of the pharynx and the transverse fibres of the cricopharyngeus muscle through which zenkers diverticulum occurs, and the a-v nodal triangle between the coronary sinus orifice and the ventricular crest.

Synonym: laimer triangle.

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