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Structure of posterior cricoarytenoid ligament
Posterior crico-arytenoid ligament
, Posterior cricoarytenoid ligament
A fibrous band extending from the cricoid to the inner, posterior border of the arytenoid cartilage.
National Institutes of Health
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A biomechanical study of the human cricoarytenoid joint
Corpus ID: 13269196
Objectives/Hypothesis: To develop a model to investigate the biomechanics of the cricoarytenoid joint and establish stiffness…
The posterior cricoarytenoid ligaments and their relationship to the cadaveric position of the vocal cords.
A. D. Wilde
Clinical otolaryngology and allied sciences
Corpus ID: 5655142
Much debate has occurred over the last century regarding the reason for the cadaveric position of the membranous vocal cord. This…
Anatomical considerations on arytenoid cartilage dislocation
M. M. Reidenbach
Corpus ID: 71097048
The cricoarytenoid joints of 12 human adult male and female larynges were studied with regard to the anatomical reasons for…
[Dilatation of the glottis in bilateral vocal cord paralysis. Review of various surgical procedures and a report of personal experience using a functional lateral fixation surgical technic].
Corpus ID: 1812222
For the treatment of bilateral vocal cord paralysis, the author's technique consists of preservation of the posterior crico…
The Anatomy and Movements of the Cricoarytenoid Joint
I. E. Sellars
E. N. Keen
Corpus ID: 9440442
The cricoarytenoid joints of 45 larynges were dissected and examined with respect to ligaments, articulating surfaces and…
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