odynophagia


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odynophagia

 [o-din″o-fa´jah]
a dysphagia in which swallowing causes pain.

o·dyn·o·pha·gi·a

(ō'din-ō-fā'jē-ă),
Pain on swallowing.
[odyno- + G. phagō to eat]

odynophagia

/od·y·no·pha·gia/ (o-din″o-fa´jah) a dysphagia in which swallowing causes pain.

odynophagia

[od′inōfā′jə]
Etymology: Gk, odyne, pain, phagein, to swallow
a severe sensation of burning, squeezing pain while swallowing caused by irritation of the mucosa or a muscular disorder of the esophagus, such as gastroesophageal reflux; bacterial or fungal infection; tumor; achalasia; or chemical irritation.

odynophagia

Dysphagia, see there.

o·dyn·o·pha·gi·a

(ō-din'ō-fā'jē-ă)
Pain on swallowing.
[odyno- + G. phagō to eat]

odynophagia

painful swallowing of food.
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