Cynanche | definition of cynanche by Medical dictionary
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cy·nan·che (sə-năng′kē, sī-)
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(56) The most frequent diagnosis was "catarrh acutus," or common cold; together with "cynanche
tonsillarus," or inflammation of the throat, these upper respiratory diseases were responsible for more than 120 admissions.
Enter Pogio running in, and knocking at Cynanches