Pharynx and Larynx Models
Primarily used in vocalization, the pharynx and larynx are complicated parts of our throat. What you might not know is that the pharynx is also used in our digestive and respiratory systems, assisting in the filtering and warming of air that enters our bodies as it is transported to the lungs. Anatomy Warehouse offers a range of anatomical models to help students and medical professionals explore this intricately detailed part of our throats. Great for medical offices, hospitals, classrooms, and specialists’ offices, these detailed and accurate models will help you educate patients as well.
Accurate and Detailed Pharynx and Larynx Models
It can be hard to comprehend how complex and nuanced the actions of our body are. Even something that comes as naturally as speaking involves a number of unique anatomical structures. Just saying one word involves engaging many organs, from the lungs to the larynx to the mouth. For those studying the voice, or even just the human body, it is important to understand the organs involved in this process.
The larynx is commonly referred to as the “voice box,” even though it is not boxy in shape. It manipulates the pitch and volume of sounds, and houses our vocal cords. It is located just below the pharynx. It also protects the trachea from accidental aspiration of food and beverages. Aesthetically, it houses the Adam’s apple, or thyroid cartilage, as well as a number of other cartilages occupying the front of the neck. With the Larynx Anatomy Model in 7 Parts, students and professionals are able to get an inside view of this nuanced anatomical structure with ease. Medially sectioned for easy bisection, this life-size model is a wonderful addition to vocal coach’s offices as well.
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