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Enclosed within the [[vocal folds]], there are two strong bands, named the '''vocal ligaments''' (inferior thyroarytenoid).  
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The '''vocal ligaments''' (or inferior thyroarytenoid) are two strong bands enclosed within the [[vocal folds]].  
  
 
Each ligament consists of a band of yellow elastic tissue, attached in front to the angle of the [[thyroid cartilage]], and behind to the [[vocal process]] of the [[arytenoid]].
 
Each ligament consists of a band of yellow elastic tissue, attached in front to the angle of the [[thyroid cartilage]], and behind to the [[vocal process]] of the [[arytenoid]].
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Latest revision as of 15:38, 30 May 2008

Ligament: Vocal ligament
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Muscles of the larynx, seen from above.
Latin ligamenta vocales
Gray's subject #236 1079
From thyroid cartilage
To arytenoid cartilage
Dorlands/Elsevier l_09/12493562

The vocal ligaments (or inferior thyroarytenoid) are two strong bands enclosed within the vocal folds.

Each ligament consists of a band of yellow elastic tissue, attached in front to the angle of the thyroid cartilage, and behind to the vocal process of the arytenoid.

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