Berry’s ligament

Berry’s ligament is the suspensory ligament of

A. Axilla

B. Thyroid gland

C. Breast

D. Ovary

Berry’s ligament passes from the thyroid gland

A. Trachea

B. Esophagus

C. Mandible

D. Hyoglossus

Ligament of Berry

ligament of Berry – attached chiefly to the cricoid cartilage and may extend to the thyroid cartilage.

The thyroid gland and all thyroid swelling move with the swallowing/deglutition because the thyroid is attached to the cartilage of the larynx by the suspensory ligament of Berry.

Ligament of Berry also prevents the thyroid gland from sinking into the mediastinum.

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