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la·ryn·ges

 (lə-rĭn′jēz)
n.
A plural of larynx.
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larynges

pl de larynx
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Another animal study using rabbit larynges conducted by Mitchell et al.
Head and Neck Tumours (HNT) consist of a diverse group of tumours that ranges from cutaneous lip, salivary glands, sinuses, oral cavity, pharynx and larynges. [2] Head and neck tumours are the sixth most prevalent neoplasms in the world with approximately 9 lakhs cases diagnosed worldwide per year.
(6,7) In 1982, Yeager et al published a cadaveric study of 30 adult larynges. (6) Specimens had been obtained from 16 men and 14 women, all of whom were 50 years of age or older.
"It's more work for me now vocally because of the Lyme disease effect on the nerves in my larynges so it's like an hour and a half of like physical exercise," she said.
Not only did the mice accept the lab-grown vocal cords, or folds, but the tissue also trumpeted a healthy vibrato when researchers pumped air through the dogs' larynges.
A primary concern is that VCA donors most likely do not have adequate understanding of, or control over, what could happen to their faces, hands, and other VCAs like larynges, penises, and uteri, after death.
(10,81-83) However, HPV also has been detected by PCR in 25% of normal larynges, and a causal role has not yet been clearly demonstrated.
This chronic fistula functioned as a respirator without any assistance from the ventilator tube placement, as also a phonator, offering a socially acceptable voice simultaneously, as the larynges were totally obstructed by the scarring granulation tissue.
As a more general mechanism, however, pulmonary pressure (immediately upstream to the vocal folds) in excised larynges is directly correlated with the frequency of the acoustic output [17, 18, 24].
Using my fingers, I prised open the generative cabbage, grabbed fistfuls of the glistening entrails, and proceeded to break up the hearts, the spleens, and split the livers, with a crimson thumb, I ruptured the tracheae, the larynges, the colons to reassure my guests as to the degree of doneness: for such meats only the gentlest heat is appropriate, the flame should be a caress, a rosy touch, inside the flesh should still bleed.
Larynges were excised from three lions and three tigers euthanized for humane reasons due to advanced disease at the Henry Doorly Zoo in Omaha.