CUNEIFORM CARTILAGES OF THE LARYNX
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Definitions of CUNEIFORM CARTILAGES OF THE LARYNX
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Cartilages of Wrisberg, are two small cylinders of fibro-cartilage, about seven lines in length and enlarged at each extremity. By the base, the cartilage is attached to the middle of the external surface of the arytenoid; and its upper extremity forms a prominence on the border of the aryteno-epiclottidean fold of membrane, They are sometimes wanting.
By Robley Dunglison
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