Laryngeal Anatomy - Beverly Hills Voice
Whether it’s restoring the voice of someone who has had cancer through voice surgery, or helping the singer who is struggling to get her voice back through intensive voice therapy, Dr. Anca Barbu of Beverly Hills Voice brings an incredible amount of expertise to every patient at every stage of treatment and recovery. This page includes laryngeal anatomy diagrams to help you better understand your treatment options.
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Laryngeal Anatomy

This page includes laryngeal anatomy diagrams to help you better understand any treatment options Dr. Barbu or her team will discuss with you.

The Larynx 3D

The Larynx Viewed from Above

Inspiration

Phonation

Muscles That Move the Larynx

ACTION OF THE CRICOTHYROID MUSCLES

Lengthening (Tension) of Vocal Folds

ACTION OF THE POSTERIOR CRICOARYTENOID MUSCLES

Adduction of Vocal Folds

ACTION OF THE LATERAL CRICOARYTENOID MUSCLES

Adduction of Vocal Folds

ACTION OF THE TRANSVERSE ARYTENOID MUSCLE

Adduction of Vocal Folds

ACTION OF THE VOCALIS AND THYROARYTENOID MUSCLES

Shortening (Relaxation) of Vocal Folds

VOCAL FOLDS

TVC = True Vocal Cords

FVC – False Vocal Cords