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Intrinsic Ligaments and Membranes of Larynx
Respiratory System

Intrinsic Ligaments and Membranes of Larynx

Ligamenta et membranae larynges intrinsecus

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Description

The intrinsic ligaments and membranes connect the laryngeal cartilages together. The most important of these are the cricothyroid membrane (with its conus elasticus) and the quadrangular membrane.

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