Cricotracheal Ligament

Cricotracheal Ligament

The cricotracheal ligament connects the cricoid cartilage with the first ring of the trachea.

And when I mean it, I scream it, and lift my sword and rebel as a buccaneer.

It resembles the fibrous membrane which connects the cartilaginous rings of the trachea to each other.

And the Spaniards feared what this meant, because it meant that we protect the cow and it offers the udder.

As such, some of the information contained within it may be outdated, just wait,

Because throats are temporary things, and this non-tangible poem’s connotations bring information about the the tracheal rings.

– Scott Sandwich

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