thyroarytenoid


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thyroarytenoid

 [thi″ro-ar″ĭ-te´noid]
pertaining to the thyroid and arytenoid cartilages.

thy·ro·ar·y·te·noid

(thī'rō-ar'i-tē'noyd),
Relating to the thyroid and arytenoid cartilages. See: thyroarytenoid (muscle).

thyroarytenoid

/thy·ro·ar·y·te·noid/ (-ar″ĭ-te´noid) pertaining to the thyroid and arytenoid cartilages.

thy·ro·ar·y·te·noid

(thī'rō-ar'i-tē'noyd)
Relating to the thyroid and arytenoid cartilages.
See also: thyroarytenoid muscle

thyroarytenoid

pertaining to the thyroid and arytenoid cartilages.
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Aging thyroarytenoid and limb skeletal muscle: Lessons in contrast.
Effects of electrical stimulation of cricothyroid and thyroarytenoid muscles on voice fundamental frequency.
To treat the thyroarytenoid muscle, the patient was placed in supine position with the neck extended by using a shoulder bag.
1 mL) of Botulinum Toxin injections to the thyroarytenoid muscles (see Figure 2) using a transcricoid approach under electromyography guidance.
Carbon dioxide laser-assisted thyroarytenoid myomectomy.
Predominance of FOG and FG muscle fibers correspond to the data obtained in physiological studies of laryngeal muscles of primates, dogs and rabbits (Hall-Craggs, 1968; Hast, 1969), in which the thyroarytenoid muscle was classified as fast.
The characteristic Parkinsonian vocal deficit is breathy, whispery, often unintelligible speech due to glottic insufficiency and associated thyroarytenoid muscle rigidity.
Part 3 ("Physiology") concerns the principal phenomena involved in the generation of vocal sound; topics covered are the adduction of the arytenoids, tension of the vocal ligaments, progressive posterior occlusion of the glottis, chest register, falsetto register, increase and decrease in volume, the vibrating surface of the cord, movement of the vestibule of the glottis, the s uperior thyroarytenoid ligaments, the ventricles of Morgagni, and epiglottic action.
The medial surfaces of the vocal folds can become parallel without pressing the vocal folds together if cricothyroid and thyroarytenoid muscle activities are balanced.
Laryngeal electromyography demonstrated 25% decreased recruitment in the right cricothyroid and thyroarytenoid muscles.
REKER & REDERT modified the original kashima procedure which involved complimentary resection in the body of lateral thyroarytenoid muscle anteriorly from the initial triangular incision.
Surgical treatment for adductor spasmodic dysphonia: efficacy of bilateral thyroarytenoid myectomy under microlaryngoscopy.