mucosa of pharynx

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mucosa of pharynx

[TA]
the mucous coat of the pharynx.

mu·co·sa of phar·ynx

(myū-kōsă faringks) [TA]
Mucous coat of pharynx.
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Buccal mucosa is most frequently affected yet palatal, lingual, pharyngeal mucosa and upper two third of oesophagus may also be affected.
sup][43] In addition, the trauma on the upper airway produced by snoring and cycles of airway closure/reopening in OSA can also trigger or worsen local inflammation of the nasal and pharyngeal mucosa.
Type IV: Originates from pharyngeal mucosa, deep as compared to the palatine tonsils and often it can reach to base of the skull.
The risk of incisional problems is likely related to the length of the pharyngeal incision and the ease of closure, both of which may be improved by neuronavigation, which allows a smaller incision to be placed in an optimal location rather than the classic "U" or "H" shaped pharyngeal incisions which provide a wider exposure but increase the risk of wound problems of the delicate pharyngeal mucosa.
The German E Commission monographs denotes the following uses for Marshmallow; a) irritation of the oral and pharyngeal mucosa and associated dry cough.
They were instructed to rinse the honey around in their mouths and swallow gradually in order to coat the oral and pharyngeal mucosa.
The remaining pharyngeal mucosa is effectively sealed (Figure 4).
A viral pharyngitis usually presents with mild symptoms, most patients complaining of a sore throat, dysphagia, fever and erythema of the pharyngeal mucosa with enlarged tonsils.
As oral and pharyngeal mucosa are exposed to radiation, taste receptors become damaged and taste discrimination becomes increasingly compromised.
Hands and pharyngeal samples were collected by rubbing a swab moistened with sterile saline solution against the skin on the fingers and the pharyngeal mucosa while the participants were on duty.
5) Clinical manifestations include hoarseness, odynophagia, sore throat and dyspnea, while the lesions include inflammatory lesions of the lips, tongue, oral and pharyngeal mucosa, epiglottis, aryepiglottic folds, vestibular and vocal folds.
Poorly absorbed, so it's most useful for diseases, such as thrush, involving the oral and pharyngeal mucosa, especially if the organism proves resistant to the azoles.