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Laryngology

Laryngology

The larynx lies in the neck at the upper end of our windpipe (trachea) from the lungs. It is part of our airway in the throat and lies behind and below the mouth and tongue. It separates and protects our airway from the swallowing part of our throat which leads into the gullet (oesophagus) down which our food and drink are swallowed into the stomach. The so called adam's apple in our neck is the largest piece of cartilage of the larynx which contains the vocal folds (often called vocal cords) which produce sound for speech. The most important function of the larynx is to protect our lungs. It closes off the airway and stops food and liquid going down our windpipe into our lungs every time we swallow. It also closes and opens rapidly as part of coughing and therefore helps us to cough to protect our lungs.

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