- laryngeal artery,
- laryngeal papillomatosis,
- laryngeal prominence,
- laryngeal stenosis,
- laryngeal syncope
Origin of laryngeal
Examples from the Web for laryngeal
In your book The Greatest Show on Earth you describe the laryngeal nerve as something eloquent of terribly bad design.
The laryngeal branches of the vagus may be divided and paralysis of the larynx ensue.
The still more remarkable reduction in the mortality of the laryngeal cases.Experiments on Animals|Stephen Paget
Until now only few cases of laryngeal consumption could be looked upon as really cured.
Further, and this is of importance, by the use of cocaine the irritability of the larynx and the laryngeal reflex are destroyed.
No further changes occur in the laryngeal structure until middle life, when ossification of the cartilages commences.The Child-Voice in Singing|Francis E. Howard