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Introduction to Larynx, Pharynx, and Airway Anatomy

by Bastian Medical Media
posted 3 years ago
This 15-minute video uses models, diagrams and several endoscopy videos to demonstrate the anatomy and phyisology of the vocal tract, touching briefly on the airway's role in swallowing and focusing primarily on speech. Endoscopy videos are included, showing the difference between healthy and damaged vocal folds.
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    This video is perfect for a preclinical anatomy student, as it walks through the basic anatomy of the vocal tract and provides several examples of actual human vocal folds with the help of endoscopy and some stroboscopy.
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