arytenoid


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arytenoid

[‚ar·ə′tē‚nȯid]
(anatomy)
Relating to either of the paired, pyramid-shaped, pivoting cartilages on the dorsal aspect of the larynx, in humans and most other mammals, to which the vocal cords and arytenoid muscles are attached.
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The anatomical sites at which impingement occurs remain uncertain, with suggested sites including the right arytenoid cartilage (4), interarytenoid tissue (5) and epiglottis (6).
The cause of vocal fold immobility can be classified as two different clinical entities: neuropraxia (crush injury) and arytenoid cartilage dislocation.
The intubation tube is removed at the end of surgery to clear up the posterior most part of vocal cords and arytenoid.
Redundant mucosa was removed from the post-cricoid area and the arytenoids bilaterally.
CT showed a swollen submandibular gland and arytenoid region on the right side (figure 2), as well as swollen bilateral parotid glands.
The mass was hard, and it arose from the arytenoid cartilage.
The present study reveals the Mesenchymal condensation for Arytenoid cartilages and epiglottic cartilages at 16 weeks of intrauterine life which is supported by the findings of Meena Negi and Chandrama Anand (1987) (6).
A Jostle's sign is a movement of the arytenoids on the affected side during vocalization.
Endoscopic arytenoid reduction was performed along with chemical tenotomy of the posterior cricoarytenoid using 10 units of botulinum toxin.
5-cm foreign body in the right cricoarytenoid joint, which made the arytenoid cartilage unable to rotate.
6) Like arytenoid dislocation, patients who experience injury to the laryngeal nerves during surgery usually awaken from surgery with a hoarse and/or breathy voice.
MTP III: the presence of at least one-third shortening of the anteroposterior distance between the epiglottic petiole and the arytenoid muscles.