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The Larynx By Randi Phillips, Cara Collins, and Kelly Pritchard Presented to Rebecca L. Gould, MSC, CCC-SLP
Structures Presented by Kelly http://brodel.med.utoronto.ca/anatomia/intr o.swfhttp://brodel.med.utoronto.ca/anatomia/intr o.swf
Movement of Arytenoids http://www.biomed2.man.ac.uk/gintya/lary nx/larynx-7-1.htmlhttp://www.biomed2.man.ac.uk/gintya/lary nx/larynx-7-1.html http://brodel.med.utoronto.ca/anatomia/intr o.swfhttp://brodel.med.utoronto.ca/anatomia/intr o.swf http://hopkins- gi.org/multimedia/database/intro_250_Swa llow.swfhttp://hopkins- gi.org/multimedia/database/intro_250_Swa llow.swf
Muscles of the Larynx Presented by Randi http://brodel.med.utoronto.ca/~jodie/anato mia/index2.htmlhttp://brodel.med.utoronto.ca/~jodie/anato mia/index2.html
Adapted from: Harry M. Tucker, The Larynx, Thieme 1987, p.11,fig.1.10
Vocal Folds and Functions presented by Cara Mucosa http://www.bmc.med.utoronto.ca/anatomia http://www.speechandhearing.net/lecture/
Composition of Vocal Folds Epithilium Superficial Layer of Lamina Propria Intermediate Layer of Lamina Propria Deep Layer of Lamina Propria Vocalis Muscle
1 Laryngeal Anatomy. 2 Development of the voice Birth: -larynx has higher anatomical position -6th level of the cervical region -pitch of neonate= 700.
TO REVIEW. SKELETAL STRUCTURE OF LARYNX 6 Cartilages: Cricoid Thyroid Arytenoid Corniculate Cuneiform Epiglottic 1 Bone: Hyoid Basic Structure/Layers.
Phonation. Functions of the larynx 3 valves which:- Permit airflow in and out Prevent inflow of unwanted substances Expel through cough Create subglottic.
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Copyright © 2004 Pearson Education, Inc., publishing as Benjamin Cummings Fundamentals of Anatomy & Physiology SIXTH EDITION Frederic H. Martini PowerPoint.
1 Laryngeal Anatomy. 2 Phonation Generation of a voiced sound Accomplished with the larynx (voice box) Voiceless sounds: open vocal folds Voiced sounds:
Respiratory System Just Breathe!. The Nose (canine) 1.Nasal Plate 2. Nasal Philtrum.
The primary function of the large intestine is the reabsorption of water and inorganic salts. The only secretion of any importance is mucus, which.
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C-87 Nasal epithelium Respiratory segment –Pseudostratified epithelium (Respiratory epithelium) Ciliated cell, goblet cell, brush cell, small granule cell,
1 Laryngeal Histopatholgy 2 Development of voice Birth: -larynx has higher anatomical position -6th level of the cervical region -pitch of neonate= 700.
Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Figure 10.1 The human respiratory system.
Histology of the digestive system. Gastrointestinal tract (GI tract) 1.Mouth: a.Internal: nonkeratinized stratified squamous epithelium b.Middle: buccinator.
PowerPoint ® Lecture Slides prepared by Leslie Hendon, University of Alabama, Birmingham HUMAN ANATOMY fifth edition MARIEB | MALLATT | WILHELM 21 Copyright.
PHARYNX and LARYNX. Muscles of Pharynx Meet posteriorly at pharyngeal raphe. Meet posteriorly at pharyngeal raphe. Overlap constrictor muscles above.
Topic 3b: Phonation Learning Objectives Possess a knowledge of laryngeal anatomy sufficient to understand the biomechanics and acoustics of phonation.
Larynx - The larynx is the organ of phonation (voice production) in addition to its respiratory function (air way). It is formed of a group of cartilages.
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Larynx Anatomical sites and subsites of the three regions of the larynx: supraglottis, glottis, and subglottis. Supraglottis (C32.1) subsites include suprahyoid.
The larynx. The Larynx The larynx constitutes the organ of phonation and forms a protective sphincter to the respiratory system. It lies in the median.
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Transgender Voice Presented by Kelly Pritchard Presented to Rebecca L. Gould, MSC, CCC-SLP.
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