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- Singers often lose their low notes or never learn to produce them because of the excessive tension of the laryngeal muscles and of the support mechanism that leads to too much breath pressure.
- Laryngospasm is characterized by involuntary spasms of the laryngeal muscles.
- Breathing difficulties can occur, resulting from neuromyotonic activity of the laryngeal muscles.
- Surgeries involve myoectomies of the laryngeal muscles to reduce voice breaks, and laryngoplasties, in which laryngeal cartilage is altered to reduce tension.
- Paralysis of the posterior cricoarytenoid muscles may lead to asphyxia, as they are the only laryngeal muscles to open the vocal cords (allowing breathing).
- The somatic motor fibers that innervate the laryngeal muscles, and pharyngeal muscles are located in the nucleus ambiguus and emerge from the medulla in the cranial root of the accessory nerve.
- Although lacking a vocal sac, the males make a mating call of alternating long and short trills, by contracting the intrinsic laryngeal muscles.
- The intrinsic laryngeal muscles (ILMs) are protected and do not undergo myonecrosis.
- Kotby's research interest was focused on understanding the function of the small internal laryngeal muscles and the coordination between them.
- It is caused by increased tension of the laryngeal muscles secondary to personality traits such as anxiety or life factors such as increased stress.
- Physiologically, the glottis is closed by intrinsic laryngeal muscles such as the lateral cricoarytenoid, thyroarytenoid, and interarytenoid muscles.
- Bilateral vocal fold paralysis is basically a result of abnormal nerve input to the laryngeal muscles, resulting in weak or total loss of movement of the laryngeal muscles.
- This weakens the laryngeal muscles, and results in a smoother voice.
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