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glottic

 [glot´ik]
glottal.

glot·tic

(glot'ik),
Relating to (1) the tongue or (2) the glottis.

glot·tic

(glot'ik)
Relating to (1) the tongue or (2) the glottis.

glot·tic

(glot'ik)
Relating to tongue or glottis.

glottic

pertaining to (1) the glottis, or (2) the tongue.

glottic stenosis
see laryngeal stenosis.
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MTP I, also called a laryngeal isometric pattern, is a glottic muscle tension characterized by the presence of a gap between the vocal fold edges during phonation.
Supraglottic cancers are detected in later stages, and their tumor control rates are lower than those of glottic cancers, because their tendency to neck metastasis is higher (20).
Significance of anterior commissure involvement in early glottic squamous cell carcinoma treated with trans-oral CO2 laser microsurgery.
The TA muscle atrophy actually showed minimal change in the glottic area.
The evaluation of benign glottic lesions: rigid telescopic stroboscopy versus suspension microlaryngoscopy.
His indirect laryngoscopy, performed with considerable difficulty, revealed a large reddish swelling lying at the laryngeal inlet, about the size of a small walnut, obstructing the laryngeal inlet to the extent that the glottic chink was not visible at all.
Impact of laryngeal paralysis and its treatment on the glottic aperture and upper airway flow characteristics during exercise.
There are a few manoeuvres which can assist the anaesthetist in performing a successful intubation: a backward, upward and right pressure (BURP) on the thyroid cartilage may help to improve the glottic exposure.