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The first report of the buckled thyroid cartilage in a human cadaver

We present the first case of buckled thyroid cartilage identified in a human cadaver. This rare anatomical variant,in patients, often produces dysphonia and is a potential source for diagnostic confusion. In the cadaveric case described, the laryngeal prominence is deviated to the left without deviation of the internal structures of the larynx, such as vocal folds and vocalis muscles. The medical history of the patient is not known. Finally, a review of current literature on the buckled thyroid cartilage is presented. Such a case represents a rare opportunity to visualize this deformity via anatomical dissection.

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