1 Ventricle of larynx. Ventriculus laryngis [[Morgagni]]. Lateral outpocketings between the vocal and vestibular folds. BCD
2 Saccule (appendix) of larynx. Sacculus laryngis [[appendix ventriculi laryngis]]. Small blind sac directed upward from the ventricle. B
3 Glottis. Voice-producing part of the larynx consisting of the two vocal folds and the interval (Rima glottidis) between them. A
4 Rima glottidis. Space between the two aryte-noid cartilages and the vocal cords. A
5 Vocal fold. Plica vocalis. Mucosal fold supported by the underlying vocal ligament and laterally by the vocalis muscle. A
6 Intermembranous part. Pars intermem-branacea. Portion of the rima glottidis extending from the thyroid cartilage to the apex of the vocal process. A
7 Intercartilaginous part. Pars intercar-tilaginea. Portion of rima glottidis between the arytenoid cartilages. A
7 a Interarytenoid fold. Plica interarytenoidea.
8 Infraglottic cavity. Cavitas infraglottica. Lowest portion of laryngeal cavity. It is enclosed by the conus elasticus and extends from the rima glot-tidis to the trachea. C
9 Fibroelastic membrane of larynx. Membrana fibroelastica laryngis [[membrana elastica laryngis]].Submucosaoflaryngealwallprovided with abundant elastic fibers. It begins at the quadrangular membrane and ends at the lower margin of the conus elasticus. B
10 Quadrangular membrane. Membrana quad-rangularis. Membrane spread out between the epiglottis, aryepiglottic fold and vestibular fold. CD
11 Vestibular ligament. Lig. vestibulare. It strengthens the lower margin of the quadrangular membrane. C
12 Conus elasticus (membrana cricovocalis).
Reinforced fibroelastic membrane between the vocal ligament and cricoid. D
13 Vocal ligament. Lig. vocale. It lies between the vocal process of the arytenoid cartilage and the thyroid cartilage and forms the upper end of the conus elasticus. C
14 Tunica mucosa. Laryngeal mucous membrane provided with nonkeratinized, stratified squamous epithelium only on the upper part of the posterior surface of the epiglottis and on the vocal folds; the rest of the larynx is lined with pseudostratified, ciliated columnar epithelium with goblet cells. B
15 Laryngeal glands. Gll. laryngeales. Mixed glands occupying the submucosa of the laryn-geal wall. B
16 Lymph nodes of larynx. [[Nodi lymphatici laryngis]]. Lymphatic nodules are abundant in the submucosa of the ventricle. B
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17 TRACHEA. Airway characterized by its cartilage-containing wall and its branches, the bronchi. E
18 Cervical part. Pars cervicalis. The cervical segment of the trachea extending from C6 to C7.
19 Thoracic part. Pars thoracica. The thoracic segment extending from T1 to T4.
20 Tracheal cartilages. Cartilagines tracheales. Horseshoe-shaped cartilages of the tracheal wall. E F H
21 Tracheal muscle. Musculus trachealis. Smooth muscle between the free ends of the horseshoe-shaped tracheal cartilages. H
22 Annular ligaments of trachea. Ligg. anularia tracheae, Ligg. trachealia. Connective tissue bridges between the tracheal cartilages. E F
23 Membranous wall. Paries membranaceus. Posterior wall of trachea. F
24 Bifurcation of trachea. Bifurcatio tracheae [trachealis]. Asymmetrical division of trachea at level ofT4. E G
25 Carina tracheae. Ridge projecting into the lumen of the trachea at its bifurcation and providing an aerodynamic effect. G
26 Tunica mucosa. Tracheal mucosa lined by pseu-dostratified ciliated columnar epithelium with goblet cells. H
27 Tracheal glands. Gll. tracheales. Mixed glands in the submucosa. H
29 Bronchial tree. Arbor bronchialis. The entire branching system of the bronchi.
30 MAIN BRONCHUS (RIGHT AND LEFT). Bronchus principalis (dexter et sinister). Right and left stem bronchi arising directly from the trachea. E
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