Muscles of larynx
|Muscles of larynx|
|Muscles of larynx. Side view. Right lamina of thyroid cartilage removed.|
|Gray's||subject #236 1081|
The muscles of the larynx are extrinsic, passing between the larynx and parts around; and intrinsic, confined entirely to the larynx.
The intrinsic muscles are:
- Cricoarytænoideus lateralis
- Cricoarytænoideus posterior
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