Representative images of GFAP immunoreactivity in the corpus callosum and hippocampus of air- and CAPs-exposed male (A) and female (B) mice at PND14, with (C) relative quantification of GFAP in those regions and in the dentate gyrus, cortex, midbrain, striatum, and anterior commissure
Hinge line relatively wide, almost straight; anterior commissure
Specific features of laryngeal carcinoma involving the anterior commissure
and the subglottic region.
4 mm wide, increasing slightly in size towards the anterior commissure
Flexible laryngoscopy detected a granular glottic mass at the anterior commissure
of the larynx.
Cornulites attached to the Late Ordovician brachiopod Zygospira are commonly oriented from the pedicle-beak area towards the anterior commissure
, and their relationship has been interpreted as symbiotic in which Cornulites may have utilized the feeding currents set up by the host (Morris & Rollins 1971).
The interarytenoid tissue covered the glottis all the way to the anterior commissure
8) The most common sites of tumor involvement are the floor of the laryngeal ventricle, the ventricular folds, and the anterior commissure
microwebs associated with vocal nodules: Detection, prevalence, and significance.
The bridge extended from the anterior commissure
to just posterior to the vocal fold polyp on that side.
Laryngeal anterior commissure
(AC) cancer has been the subject of much controversy.
2] laser excisions of laryngeal papillomas near the anterior commissure
Microlaryngoscopy and bronchoscopy revealed an exophytic, sessile lesion extending from the anterior commissure
to the posterior third of the left vocal fold (figure 2, A) and a nodular lesion on the right vocal fold.
The powered instrumentation employs a technique similar to that used in manual excision, as one applies a topical vasoconstrictive agent and takes care neither to enter the deep structure of the vocal fold nor to denude the anterior commissure
Direct laryngoscopy with an anterior commissure
laryngoscope revealed that the large laryngopyocele originated in the left ventricle and had caused an almost 100% airway obstruction (figure 2, A).