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Anatomy and Function of the Speech Mechanism

by: Tate McGlynn DVM

Anatomy and Function of the Speech Mechanism CDIS 3400

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Tate McGlynn DVM
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Tate McGlynn DVM on Wednesday September 23, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to CDIS 3400 at Middle Tennessee State University taught by Kay Garrard in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 32 views. For similar materials see /class/213170/cdis-3400-middle-tennessee-state-university in Communication Disorders & Sciences at Middle Tennessee State University.

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STUDY GUIDE FOR LARYNX EXAM FALL 2011 Cartilages thyroid cricoid epiglottis corniculate triticial arytenoids diagramslabels for their particular parts what do they primarily do Cricoarytenoid articular facet types of arytenoid movements atop the cricoid cartilage Hyoid bone Trachea Where are the vocal folds to what structure do the folds attach anteriorily amp posteriorly Vocal folds vs vocal ligament Cricothyroid membrane vocal ligament Ventricular ligament amp its anatomical relationship to vocal ligament Cricoarytenoid ligament Conus elasticus amp its location physical makeup relationship to cricothyroid membrane amp to vocal folds Extrinsic laryngeal muscles amp their function lnfrahyoids sternohyoid sternothyroid thyrohyoid omohyoid Suprahyoids digastric geniohyoid stylohyoid mylohyoid Intrinsic laryngeal muscles amp functions Abductor adductors tensors relaxers Where do the posterior amp lateral cricoarytenoid muscles insert Nerves that innervate the extrinsic amp intrinsic muscles Know relationship between voice pitch amp vocal cord mass tension amp length Know the myoelastic factors that serve to resist air flow and create subglottal pressure Terms abduct adduct rima glottidis glottis hyaline vs elastic cartilage subglottal supraglottal aditus phonation phonatory posture glottal cycle glottal chink laryngectomy vertical phase difference Bernoulli effect paralysis vs paresis Position of vocal folds in unilateral vs bilateral paralysis Abductor vs adductor vocal cord paralysis Vocal nodules vs laryngeal carcinoma amp their etiologies Modal pulse falsetto voice registers Voice resonance characteristic of voice pitch loudness or quality


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