laryngeal glands

la·ryn·ge·al glands

a large number of mixed glands in the mucous membrane of the larynx; they are called, according to their situation, arytenoid, ventricular, saccular, and infraglottic glands.
Synonym(s): glandulae laryngeales [TA]
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All these functions require fluid secretion by the laryngeal glands. The authors above state that the serous acinar glands produce protein material necessary to the local immune system.
Age-related changes in the human laryngeal glands. Ann.