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Detailed anatomical illustration of the larynx for surgical trainees, medical interns and medical students preparing for the GSSE exam (RACS)

Anatomy of the Larynx

The larynx is such an incredible piece of anatomy! Many pieces of cartilage and many intricate muscles all contributing to our ability to phonate and communicate.

A good understanding of its anatomy is also imperative to the surgical airway. Don’t fear, you will all learn how to do this during your CCrISP course!

08/10/2020

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