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Singers stretch their pitches; some voices sound partially trapped in the larynx.
In the studies, a larynx or trachea would be taken from a donor and all its cells removed using detergents and enzymes.
He was beset by health problems (cancer of the jaw, a heart attack, cancer of the larynx and a laryngectomy), which must have been not only excruciatingly painful but also socially mortifying.
Bonar's dog was diagnosed with a tumor on her larynx — laryngeal rhabdomyosarcoma — in 2013.
That contradicted testimony by McGuire, who said all neck organs, including the esophagus and larynx, were gone as a result of the decomposition.
Then there’s defensive end Henry Anderson, who suffered a fractured larynx back in October.
The medical examiner found that his larynx had been fractured.
The woman said Cucciola is recovering well from surgery for a breast tumor and a larynx problem.
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medical : the part of your throat that contains the vocal cords
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