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1. A flexible scope may be used to view the vocal cords. It is inserted through the nose. Name the anatomical structures that the scope must pass to be able to view the vocal cords. Assume it passes inferior to the inferior nasal concha. (Hint: see figure 23.2b in Tortora)
2. Explain why it is more anatomically correct to use the term, vocal folds, than the term, vocal cords. (Hint: see p. 743 of Tortora).
3. Describe, using anatomical directional terms, the location of the vocal folds in the larynx.
4. Describe, in anatomical terms, what the “Adam’s Apple” is and any difference in size that may occur between males and females.
5. Describe what the vocal folds look like during singing and the changes that occur in the larynx when a person sings at a high pitch and then switches to a lower pitch.
6. Look at figure 23.3d (p. 742 in Tortora) and explain, using anatomical terms, why the view is not an anterior view of a frontal section, as indicated in the figure.
Hi, so these are 6 anatomy questions that must be answered in depth. ONLY get the information from the textbook and youtube video that is provided. The link to the book is called Principles of Human Anatomy by Tortora. No outside sources should be used. Each question should be thoroughly answered with detail and in depth as much as possible. Look at figures 23.2, 23.3, and 23.4 and read pages 741-744 in Tortora. If you have any questions please let me know.
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