The cervical plexus


      A knowledge of the cervical plexus and the posterior triangle of the neck is important when performing a cervical plexus block. This useful regional anaesthetic technique can be utilized in carotid, ear, nose and throat (ENT) and thyroid surgery. In this article we revise the relevant anatomy and clinical application.


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