Larynx Dissection || Voice of One, Voice of None
How does talking work? Learn how to dissect a larynx in this video, which covers the external and internal anatomy and physiology of the larynx. In this simple dissection of a larynx, you’ll learn various parts of its physiology and how your larynx helps you talk.
The larynx is a vital part of the human body. Without them, you wouldn’t be able to talk. How do they do it? How many vocal cords do you have? Also, did you know that whispering can damage your larynx? In this video, you’ll learn general information about the larynx, which will be tied into its anatomical structures.
This dissection lab is for anyone who is curious about larynx anatomy, wants to cover larynx anatomy for a course, missed the larynx dissection during biology class, or just wondered, “How am I talking right now?”. The video will teach you how to dissect a larynx step by step, and review the external and internal anatomy of the larynx.
In this video, we’ll cover the following structures:
Laryngeal muscles Thyroid cartilage
Epiglottis Inferior vocal cords
Trachea Superior vocal cords
If you want to learn more about larynx anatomy, here’s a link to a website with more detailed information, as well as diagrams:
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