Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve

Term Category: Anatomy

The recurrent laryngeal nerve is a significant structure in the vocal apparatus. It is a branch of the vagus nerve and plays a crucial role in controlling the muscles responsible for vocal fold movement. The recurrent laryngeal nerve innervates many of the intrinsic laryngeal muscles, allowing for precise control of pitch, loudness, and vocal quality in singing.

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