Meaning of glottic in English:

glottic

adjective

See glottis

‘Expiration is a passive recoil of lung and chest tissues and in the presence of glottic obstruction a dangerous cycle arises.’
  • ‘A syndrome of airway swelling in the glottic and subglottic area of viral origin.’
  • ‘If so, consider a posterior polyp that flops in and out of the glottic opening as the patient changes position.’
  • ‘Irregular adduction can be superimposed on a fixed reduction of the glottic area caused by tonic adduction of the vocal cords.’
  • ‘Taking the word ‘bottle’ as an example, the double t's are not pronounced but replaced with a glottic sound, which interestingly does not have a letter of the alphabet to signify its existence.’