mirror test

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A crude clinical test used to obtain material from the upper respiratory tract, in which the patient coughs on a mirror held in place in the upper larynx, which is sprayed with bronchial ‘juices’ which, if sufficiently voluminous, can provide material, albeit suboptimal, for cytology and culture

mirror test

ENT A crude clinical test used to obtain material from the upper respiratory tract, in which the Pt coughs on a mirror held in place in the upper larynx, which is sprayed with bronchial 'juices'
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Muslims should unite and stand firm for the right of freedom and status of self-recognition. We the Muslims of Kashmir suffered a lot.
Although we wish to educate them, but compelled to be far from the self-recognition object.
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Memory was also a mirror for self-recognition, repentance and change.
class="MsoNormalspan xml:lang="EN-GBWhy do you think, if you can speak on this, that after all these conversations on the relevance of prizes and self-recognition et al, we still hold so much stake in getting a nod from the international world of literature?
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