vestibule of larynx

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ves·ti·bule of lar·ynx

[TA]
the upper part of the laryngeal cavity from the superior aperture to the vestibular folds or rima vestibuli, bounded anteriorly by the epiglottis, laterally by the mucosa overlying the quadrangular membranes and posteriorly by the mucosa overlying the arytenoid cartilages and arytenoideus muscle.

ves·ti·bule of lar·ynx

(vesti-byūl laringks) [TA]
Upper part of laryngeal cavity from superior aperture to vestibular folds or rima vestibuli, bounded anteriorly by epiglottis, laterally by mucosa overlying quadrangular membranes and posteriorly by mucosa overlying arytenoid cartilages and arytenoideus muscle.
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When a FB tries to enter the larynx through glottis, spasm and severe cough expels it to supra glottis and if cough is forceful FB expels out of larynx and if cough is weak because of alcohol intoxication it may be held up in the vestibule of the larynx.
The volume of sound depends on the expansion of the pharynx and of the vestibule of the larynx.