Myelination of Axons by Schwann Cells
Intrinsic Muscles of the Larynx
Intrinsic Muscles of the Larynx:
- Transverse arytenoid – vocal ligaments adducted or moved together.
- Lateral cricoarytenoids – vocal ligaments adducted or moved together.
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- Posterior cricoarytenoids – vocal ligaments abducted or moved apart.
- Vocalis & Thyroarytenoids – length of vocal ligaments reduced or vocal ligaments loosen.
- Cricothyroids – the length of vocal ligaments increase or vocal ligaments tighten.
Larynx Anatomy Quiz: Intrinsic Muscles and Phonation