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Vocal Cords up close while singing

Here is a video of 4 people while they sing the song "hear us and have mercy." Check out this website for singing tips: http://www.rosetait.co.uk/welcome-to-...

Speech-Language Pathology: The Vocal Cords in Action

Miriam van Mersbergen, Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Assistant Professor at Northern Illinois University and a professionally trained singer, speaks with John Consalvi, MA...

Beth's First Laryngoscopy - Vocal Cords in Action

From the University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics (with permission). This is what happens when I say "eee" with a camera down my throat. There are no vocal n...

Vocal Folds

Here are my vocal folds in action with inhalation phonation at the end. enjoy!!!

Larynx - Ligaments, Membranes, Vocal Cords - 3D Anatomy Tutorial

http://www.anatomyzone.com 3D anatomy tutorial on the membranes, ligaments and vocal cords using the BioDigital Human (http://www.biodigitalhuman.com). In th...

Incredible Human Machines - Vocal Chords

An interview with Dr. Steven Zeitels, Director of Voice Rehabilitation at Harvard Medical School, the doctor who operated on Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyl...

How to Scope Your Vocal Cords With the iPhone

Scoping with the iPhone.

Stroboscopy: Normal Female Vocal Cords

Female vocal cords vibrating during a stroboscopic rigid laryngoscopy exam. Normal amount of secretions. Small posterior gap between the vocal cords.

Incredible Human Machine (3/9)

Laryngology 101: Laryngoscopy the art of seeing the voice (vocal cords)

Laryngoscopy is the art of placing a camera in the throat to view the vocal cords. Important aspects of how to perform the examination, what structures can b...

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