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FIGURE 1

FIGURE 1. From: OTOLARYNGOLOGY HEAD AND NECK SURGERY: AN INTEGRATIVE VIEW OF THE LARYNX.

Basic anatomy of thyroarytenoid and associated laryngeal muscles.

Timothy M. McCulloch, et al. Head Neck. 2011 October;33(0 1):S46-S53.
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FIGURE 4

FIGURE 4. From: OTOLARYNGOLOGY HEAD AND NECK SURGERY: AN INTEGRATIVE VIEW OF THE LARYNX.

Electromyographic activity in deglutition for unanesthetized dog medulla. Height of line for each muscle indicated intensity of action observed (reproduced with permission from Neurophysiology 1956;19:44–60).

Timothy M. McCulloch, et al. Head Neck. 2011 October;33(0 1):S46-S53.
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FIGURE 5

FIGURE 5. From: OTOLARYNGOLOGY HEAD AND NECK SURGERY: AN INTEGRATIVE VIEW OF THE LARYNX.

Timing of thyroarytenoid (TA) activity relative to bolus transport measured with simultaneous TA electromyography and fiber-optic examination of swallow with bolus transport recorded as video “whiteout”.

Timothy M. McCulloch, et al. Head Neck. 2011 October;33(0 1):S46-S53.
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FIGURE 2

FIGURE 2. From: OTOLARYNGOLOGY HEAD AND NECK SURGERY: AN INTEGRATIVE VIEW OF THE LARYNX.

(A) Thyroarytenoid (TA) activity with vocalization, Valsalva, and swallow (reproduced with permission from Laryngoscope 1996;106:1351–1358). (B) Activity profile from a subject with saliva and 10 mL water swallow. EMG, electromyography.

Timothy M. McCulloch, et al. Head Neck. 2011 October;33(0 1):S46-S53.
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FIGURE 3

FIGURE 3. From: OTOLARYNGOLOGY HEAD AND NECK SURGERY: AN INTEGRATIVE VIEW OF THE LARYNX.

Timing of thyroarytenoid (TA) muscle activity (active glottic closure) relative to posterior cricoarytenoid (PCA) muscle Quiescence (reproduced with permission from Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol 2005;114:478–487).

Timothy M. McCulloch, et al. Head Neck. 2011 October;33(0 1):S46-S53.

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