The Peripheral Nervous System of the Human Larynx: III. The Development

We have deliberately divorced a discussion of the peripheral nervous system in the fetal and infantile larynx from our earlier reports. One reason for this decision lies in the astonishing difference between the 2 age groups, both in the sensory innervation of the mucous membrane and in the nervous elements of the vocalis muscle

W. F. KONIG

2011

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  • We have deliberately divorced a discussion of the peripheral nervous system in the fetal and infantile larynx from our earlier reports. One reason for this decision lies in the astonishing difference between the 2 age groups, both in the sensory innervation of the mucous membrane and in the nervous elements of the vocalis muscle
  • A dearth of information presents the second reason for this specific concentration on the developing nervous system
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