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By adolescence, the epiglottis is found at the C2-C3 level, and the cricoid is at the C6 level. The adult epiglottis is usually seen at the C3 level, with the cricoid at C6-C7. However, the position of these structures in the normal population varies by at least one vertebral body level. Sometimes visualized by a cervical spine x-ray study, soft tissue neck technique, and on the CT scout view or the MR sagittal view of the neck is a transversely oriented air-containing lucent stripe, just below the base of the aryepiglottic folds, which indicates the position of the air-filled laryngeal ventricle (Fig.
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An attic cemetery by George Karo