|Description:||Muscle within the bulk of the vocal folds, involved in swallowing, vocalization, normal breathing and coughing.|
|Is part of:||Larynx|
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Axons in Thyroarytenoid muscle
Inferred incoming projections for Thyroarytenoid muscle
The following brain regions send axons into Thyroarytenoid muscle: Nucleus ambiguus, Solitary nucleus. The statements about these projections are not made on this page, but rather are made on the pages linked here.
- ↑ McCulloch TM et al. (1996) Laryngeal activity during swallow, phonation, and the Valsalva maneuver: an electromyographic analysis. Laryngoscope 106: 1351-8 PubMed
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|Definition||Muscle within the bulk of the vocal folds, involved in swallowing, vocalization, normal breathing and coughing.|
|Is part of||Larynx +|
|Label||Thyroarytenoid muscle +|
|ModifiedDate||4 October 2011 +|
|SuperCategory||Muscle organ +|