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 IJCM  Vol.11 No.5 , May 2020
Positional Changes of the Hyoid Bone after Correction of the Glosso-Larynx—Hyoid Bone Complex (HBC)
Abstract: Human hyoid bone floats in the neck. Downwards of an amount of about half vertebra and 0.3 cm forward following the correction of the glosso-larynx (CGL) was observed by simple XP. Disappearance of symptoms of the ankyloglossia with deviation of the epiglottis and larynx (ADEL) and increased of body temperature were observed after CGL. The results suggest that hyoid bone makes a complex that controls not only respiration and swallowing but also controls metabolism. It might be called hyoid bone complex (HBC). Human hyoid bone floats in the neck. Downwards of an amount of about half vertebra and 0.3 cm forward following the correction of the glosso-larynx (CGL) was observed by simple XP. Disappearance of symptoms of the ankyloglossia with deviation of the epiglottis and larynx (ADEL) and increased of body temperature were observed after CGL. The results suggest that hyoid bone makes a complex that controls not only respiration and swallowing but also controls metabolism. It might be called hyoid bone complex (HBC).
Cite this paper: Mukai, S. (2020) Positional Changes of the Hyoid Bone after Correction of the Glosso-Larynx—Hyoid Bone Complex (HBC). International Journal of Clinical Medicine, 11, 252-256. doi: 10.4236/ijcm.2020.115026.
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