cricothyroid


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cricothyroid

adj cricotiroideo
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The medial surfaces of the vocal folds can become parallel without pressing the vocal folds together if cricothyroid and thyroarytenoid muscle activities are balanced.
The circumference of the neck was measured at the cricothyroid membrane level.
Among the topics are speech-language pathology and the professional voice user: an overview, amateur and professional child singers: pedagogy and related issues, psychiatric manifestation of medications prescribed commonly in otolaryngology, cricoarytenoid and cricothyroid joint injury: evaluation and treatment, and nursing considerations in the care of the professional voice.
The whole neck was covered by rigid scar tissue, which made it difficult to identify the anatomic location of the cricothyroid membrane.
Pay special attention to the upper pole, pyramidal lobe and the region of the cricothyroid membrane.
It features the artist in the office of a doctor, her head tilted up and her neck bared as she awaits an injection of Botox into her cricothyroid muscle.
Such findings are consistent with a research which showed that training through phonation into a tube promotes activation of the thyroarytenoid, cricothyroid and lateral cricoarytenoid muscles 14.
Given that the contraction of the cricothyroid muscle heightens mean F0, it can be concluded that there were no descending branches or anastomoses from the ISLN to the cricothyroid muscle, which is in agreement with the results of previous anatomical studies.
Laryngotracheal separation often occurs at the cricotracheal junction, as the cricoid is relatively immobile in the neck, but cricothyroid separation injuries are also possible.
Using Kocher's forceps, lateral retraction of the upper pole of the thyroid lobe is applied in order to open up the avascular space between the lobe and the cricothyroid muscle, thus exposing the external branch of the superior laryngeal nerve.
Cricothyroid activity in high and low vowels: exploring the automaticity of intrinsic F0.
Laryngeal electromyography demonstrated 25% decreased recruitment in the right cricothyroid and thyroarytenoid muscles.