cricoid

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cricoid

 [kri´koid]
1. ring-shaped.
2. the cricoid cartilage.

cri·coid

(krī'koyd),
Ring-shaped; denoting the cricoid cartilage.
[L. cricoideus, fr. G. krikos, a ring, + eidos, form]

cricoid

/cri·coid/ (kri´koid)
1. ring-shaped.

cricoid

(krī′koid′)
n.
A ring-shaped cartilage of the lower larynx that articulates with the thyroid cartilage and artenoid cartilages.

cricoid

[krī′koid]
Etymology: Gk, krikos, ring, eidos, form
adj, having a ring shape (for example, the cricoid cartilage).

cri·coid

(krī'koyd)
Ring-shaped; denoting the cricoid cartilage.
[L. cricoideus, fr. G. krikos, a ring, + eidos, form]

cricoid

1. Ring-shaped.
2. A ring-shaped cartilage in the voice-box (larynx).

cricoid

1. ring-shaped.
2. the cricoid cartilage.

cricoid cartilage
a ringlike cartilage at the caudal part of the larynx.