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- 1: Laryngeal cartilages. Cricoid is a signet ring-shaped cartilage that lies below the level of thyroid cartilage. It consists of posterior lamina and a narrow anterior arch.
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- If you're a male, find your Adam's apple (thyroid cartilage) with your finger and move your finger up a little. Then, press back until you feel a bone.
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- Using a sharp knife, make a half-inch horizontal cut a half-inch deep between the Adam's apple and the bulge an inch below it, the cricoid cartilage.
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- There was pain with touching and manipulating the cricoid cartilage and the areas near the supraclavicular fossa (the right was more sensitive than the left).
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- The thyroid is a small gland located in the neck, just below the thyroid and cricoid cartilage. It secretes thyroxine, or thyroid hormone to control the body's overall metabolism rate.
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