Ultrasonography has become an inherent part of the anesthesiologist’s armamentarium, a natural tool for vascular access and for locoregional anesthesia. Therefore, as ultrasound machines are widely available in anesthetizing locations, anesthesiologists should become familiar with their use—including for managing airways.

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