thyroarytenoid fold


thyroarytenoid fold
noun or thyroarytenoid ligament
: any of four elastic ligaments of the larynx that are covered by folds of mucous membrane and arranged in a superior pair constituting the false vocal cords and an inferior pair forming the true vocal cords

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