Definition of Vestibular fold

1. Noun. Either of the upper two vocal cords that are not involved in vocalization.




Medical Definition of Vestibular fold

1. One of the pair of folds of mucous membrane stretching across the laryngeal cavity from the angle of the thyroid cartilage to the arytenoid cartilage; they enclose a space called the rima vestibuli or false glottis. Synonym: plica vestibularis, false vocal cord, plica ventricularis, ventricular band of larynx, ventricular fold. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Vestibular Fold

vestiaries
vestiary
vestibula
vestibular
vestibular apparatus
vestibular aqueduct
vestibular area
vestibular blind sac
vestibular branches of labyrinthine artery
vestibular caecum of the cochlear duct
vestibular canal
vestibular crest
vestibular diseases
vestibular fissure of cochlea
vestibular fold (current term)
vestibular ganglion
vestibular gland
vestibular glands
vestibular hair cells
vestibular labyrinth
vestibular ligament
vestibular lip of limbus of spiral lamina
vestibular nerve
vestibular neuronitis
vestibular nuclei
vestibular nucleus
vestibular nystagmus

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