laryngoptosis

An abnormally low position of the larynx at birth, which may be congenital or acquired; does not impair the health of the neonate. Some degree of laryngoptosis occurs with aging. ... Origin: Laryngo-+ G. Ptosis, a falling ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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laryngoptosis

(lә-ring″gop-to´sis) (lә-ring″go-to´sis) a lowering and mobilization of the larynx, as sometimes seen in the aged.
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laryngoptosis

laryngoptosis 1. A condition in which the larynx is found to have shifted to an unusually low level in the neck and may be abnormally mobile. It is regarded by some as an occasional feature of old age. 2. An abnormally low position of the larynx, which may be congenital or acquired; does not impair the health of the neonate. Some degree of laryngo...
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laryngoptosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: lă-ring′gō-tō′sis Definitions: 1. An abnormally low position of the larynx, which may be congenital or acquired; does not impair the health of the neonate. Some degree of laryngoptosis occurs with aging.
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