Clinical Anatomy
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Dr. med. H. Jastrow

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I have made every attempt to label structures correctly according to the anatomical nomenclature, however I cannot exclude
mistakes andreject any liability for eventual errors or incompleteness. Linked pages partly available only in German
Phoniatry and Paedaudiology
Laryngoscopic view of normal vocal plicae (Plicae vocales) during phonation
picture of the movie in high resolution
posterior right
- anterior left
Ca = Commissura anterior laryngis (anterior commissure of the vocal plicae);
Ep = Epiglottis (basal part); Lv = Ligamentum vocale (vocal cord);
Mai = Musculus interarytaenoideus transversus (located under the mucosa);
Pae = Plica aryepiglottica; Pi = Plica interarytaenoidea;
Pve = Plica vestibularis (vestibular fault); Pvo = Plica vocalis (vocal plica);
Rg = Rima glottidis, pars intermembranacea (glottic space); Rp = Recessus piriformis;
Tco = Tuberculum corniculatum (beneath mucosa: Cartilago corniculata on top of the Apex cartilaginis arythaenoideae);
Tcf = Tuberculum cuneiforme (beneath mucosa: Colliculus cartilaginis arytaenoideae);
Te = Tuberculum epiglotticum (beneath mucosa: Apex petioli epiglottici); Vel = Ventriculus laryngis;
VL = Vestibulum laryngis (entrance into the larynx).
Laryngoscopic movies: Any non strictly private use requires a written permission!
movie coughing
 avi 51MB!
movie singing
avi 104MB!
high resolution movie
avi 6.2 MB!
stroboscopic movie
avi 33.7 MB!
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The motion pictures were kindly provided by Dr. med. A. Keilmann, Clinic for communication disorders, university of Mainz; page and copyright H. Jastrow.