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The Larynx
The Larynx

This medical exhibit illustrates the normal anatomy of the larynx. It features an antero-lateral (front turned slightly) view of a male silhouette showing the location of the trachea and larynx with a detailed superior (top) view through the level of the true vocal cords. The following anatomical structures of the larynx can be appreciated: hyoid bone, thyroid cartilage, epiglottis, vocal cords (vocal ligaments), arytenoid muscles, and arytenoid cartilage.

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Last Updated: Apr 5th, 2011

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