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■ Abbreviation / Long Form : ZT / Zuckerkandl's tubercle

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Long Form:   Zuckerkandl's tubercle
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2020 Separate thyrothymic thyroid remnant; clinically crucial anatomic variation. PL
2019 Can the Zuckerkandl tubercle assist in the location of the inferior laryngeal nerve during thyroidectomies? ---
2019 Postoperative Hypoparathyroidism in Thyroid Surgery: Anatomic-Surgical Mapping of the Parathyroids and Implications for Thyroid Surgery. ILN, ITA
2017 Per Operative Study of Relation of Zuckerkandl Tubercle with Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve in Thyroid Surgery. ---
2017 Zuckerkandl's tubercle and its relationship to the recurrent laryngeal nerve: A cadaveric dissection and meta-analysis. RLN
2016 Zuckerkandl tubercle in thyroid surgery: Is it a reality or a myth? IONM, RLN
2015 Zuckerkandl Tubercle: An Important Landmark in Thyroid Surgery. JPMC
2015 Zuckerkandl's tubercle of the thyroid gland: Its location in the anatomical position, and comparative morphology of the same specimens before and after fixation. ---
2012 Incidence and Surgical Importance of Zuckerkandl's Tubercle of the Thyroid and Its Relations with Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve. RLN
10  2011 Two Cases of Enlarged Zuckerkandl's Tubercle of the Thyroid Displacing the Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Laterally. RLN
11  2008 The Zuckerkandl's tubercle: a useful anatomical landmark for detecting both the recurrent laryngeal nerve and the superior parathyroid during thyroid surgery. RLN, SP
12  2007 Relationship between the Zuckerkandl's tubercle and entrance point of the inferior laryngeal nerve. EP, ILN
13  2007 Relationship between Zuckerkandl's tubercle and the inferior laryngeal nerve including the laryngeal branches. ILN
14  2000 Zuckerkandl's tubercle of the thyroid gland in association with pressure symptoms: a coincidence or consequence? ---