Larynx and Pharynx
The study of the larynx and pharynx is simply fascinating. These two small features of the throat, supported by a series of cartilage, play a role in breathing and the production of sound, as well as protecting the trachea. To study these structures, we offer a full range of anatomical models, which are great for students, medical professionals, and patient education. They’re great for medical offices, hospitals, classrooms, and specialists’ offices, as well.
Pharynx and Larynx Anatomical Models and Charts
Referred to colloquially as the “voice box,” the larynx is an organ located in the neck of a variety of creatures, including human beings, that is involved in the actions of breath, sound production, and the protection of the delicate trachea. It also houses the vocal cords, or vocal folds, which are necessary to the production of sound. For those studying the voice, or even just the human body, it is important to understand the pharynx and larynx, and how they interact with the systems of the body. Anatomical charts and models are just one way to educate patients and students about these structures.
The larynx 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. 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. Easily bisectioned, this model offers a medial view of the structures, and features an extended warranty as well.
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