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Rachen und Tonsillen

  • H. F. Otto
Part of the Spezielle pathologische Anatomie book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 4)

Zusammenfassung

Der Rachen, Pharynx, stellt einen etwa 14 cm langen, schlauchförmigen Raum (Cavum pharyngis) dar, der von der Schädelbasis (Pars basilaris des Os occipitale) bis zum Ösophagusmund bzw. bis zur Höhle des Ringknorpels reicht. Der Rachen steht ventralseitig mit der Nasen- und Mundhöhle und mit dem Kehlkopf, lateralseitig mit den Mittelohren in Verbindung. Die Übergangszone zwischen Mund- und Rachenhöhle wird als Schlundenge, Isthmus faucium, bezeichnet (Einzelheiten der Anatomie: EGGSTON u. WOLFF 1947; WARWICK u. WILLIAMS 1973; FLEISCHHAUER 1985d; FECHNER U. MILLS 1992; FLEISCHHAUER u. DRENCKHAHN 1994).

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