Flashcards in 3.02 - Phonation B Deck (89)
The anterior 2/3 of the glottis is ______.
The posterior third of the glottis is _______.
The arytenoids are in the _____ portion of the glottis.
The cartilaginous portion of the vocal folds are ______.
The membranous portion of the vocal folds creates the ______.
What is the name of the muscle in the vocal folds?
What is the Internal Thryoarytenoid called? How far from the glottis is it?
What is the External Thryoarytenoid called? How far from the glottis is it?
The vocal folds are comprised of what three things?
Vocalis (Internal Thryoarytenoid)
Muscularis (External Thryoarytenoid)
What are the false vocal cords called?
What is the entryway to the larynx called?
What are the passive forces that influence the movement of the laryngeal apparatus?
What are the active forces that influence the movement of the laryngeal apparatus?
Intrinsic Muscles (those within the larynx)
Extrinsic Muscles (those with only one laryngeal attachment - usually to hyoid)
What is recoil?
Elasticity causing muscles to want to return to resting state
Can the vocal folds close themselves?
No. They rely on other muscles
Does the Thyroarytenoid aid in abduction/adduction?
What causes surface tension in the larynx?
What are the Intrinsic Laryngeal Muscles?
What does PCA stand for?
What does LCA stand for?
The PCA and the LCA attach to the ________________.
Muscular process of the arytenoid
Contracting the PCA ______. The muscles courses ______.
Contracting the LCA ______. The muscles courses ______.
Does contracting the TA abduct or adduct the vocal folds? (What does TA stand for?
The Oblique Arytenoids ______. Contracting them _____. This causes the ______ to be ________.
The Transverse Arytenoids go _____. This causes the vocal folds to _______.
What is unique about the Transverse Arytenoids?
They aren't paired. There is only one.
The Aryepiglottic Fibers are a continuation of the _______.
The cricothyroid is a ______ in adduction.