Anterior commissure of the larynx

Last revised by Craig Hacking on 20 Feb 2024

The anterior commissure of the larynx is the anterior junction point of the true vocal cords. It is bounded anteriorly by the thyroid cartilage and is part of the laryngeal glottis.

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Cases and figures

  • Figure 1: anterior commissure (MRI)
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  • Figure 2: anterior commissure (CT)
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  • Figure 3: vocal cords (Gray's illustration)
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  • Figure 4: laryngeal muscles (Gray's illustrations)
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