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Tests revealed parts of his larynx were necrotising - or rotting - and excess fluid was collecting in the voice box.
In just under a few hours, the battery can destroy a child’s voice box.
The respiratory system includes the nose, throat, voice box, windpipe and lungs.
Deschamps-Braly made a small incision just under Abby’s chin, to minimize the visibility of the inevitable scar, then pulled the skin apart to make her voice box visible.
The air rushing in hits your voice box, causing your vocal cords to close suddenly.
Their lack of testosterone left them with the voice box of a boy, and large chest cavities gave them great lung power for singing.
Your voice box just kind of, ‘brrp,’ just closes up.
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VOICE BOX Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of voice box for English Language Learners
: the part of the throat that contains the vocal cords
VOICE BOX Defined for Kids
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