Definition of Thyroarytenoid. Meaning of Thyroarytenoid. Synonyms of Thyroarytenoid

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Definition of Thyroarytenoid

Thyroarytenoid
Thyroarytenoid Thy`ro*a*ryt"e*noid, a. (Anat.) Of or pertaining to both the thyroid and arytenoid cartilages of the larynx.

Meaning of Thyroarytenoid from wikipedia

- The thyroarytenoid muscle is a broad, thin muscle that forms the body of the vocal fold and that supports the wall of the ventricle and its appendix. It...
- cartilages. Thyroarytenoid muscles narrow the laryngeal inlet, shortening the vocal cords, and lowering voice pitch. The internal thyroarytenoid is the portion...
- cricoarytenoid muscles, Transverse arytenoid muscles, Oblique arytenoid muscles, Thyroarytenoid muscles and Vocalis muscle "Recur". Free Dictionary. Merriam-Webster...
- midbelly. In addition, the medial thyroarytenoid muscle were focused at the midbelly while the lateral thyroarytenoid muscle MEPs were focused at the anterior...
- and deep layers of the lamina propria. The body is composed of the thyroarytenoid muscle. This layered structure of tissues is very important for vibration...
- lowest register of the singing voice, produced by dominant use of the thyroarytenoid muscle. The term "belt" is the use of a chest voice in the higher part...
- fold and laterally, by the mucous membrane covering the corresponding thyroarytenoid muscle. The anterior part of the ventricle leads up by a narrow opening...
- it is capable of dynamic variation. For the lowest tones, only the thyroarytenoid muscles are active, but as the pitch rises, the cricothyroids enter...
- is supported deeper down underneath by the innermost fibres of the thyroarytenoid muscle. In falsetto the extreme membranous edges, i.e. the edges furthest...
- and because of contraction of laryngeal and because of contraction of thyroarytenoid muscles. The consequence of this is that during swallowing the bent...