arytenoid cartilage

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ar·y·te·noid car·ti·lage

[TA]
one of a pair of small triangular pyramidal laryngeal cartilages that articulate with the lamina of the cricoid cartilage. It gives attachment at its anteriorly directed vocal process to the posterior part of the corresponding vocal ligament and to several muscles at its laterally directed muscular process. The base of the cartilage is hyaline but the apex is elastic.
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ar·y·te·noid car·ti·lage

(ari-tēnoyd kahrti-lăj) [TA]
One of a pair of small triangular pyramidal laryngeal cartilages that articulate with the lamina of the cricoid cartilage. It gives attachment at its anteriorly directed vocal process to the posterior part of the corresponding vocal ligament and to several muscles at its laterally directed muscular process.
Synonym(s): cartilago arytenoidea [TA] .
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ar·y·te·noid car·ti·lage

(ari-tēnoyd kahrti-lăj) [TA]
One of a pair of small triangular pyramidal laryngeal cartilages that articulate with lamina of cricoid cartilage.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012