pharyngoesophageal

pharyngoesophageal

 [fah-ring″go-e-sof″ah-je´al]
pertaining to the pharynx and esophagus.
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pha·ryn·go·e·soph·a·ge·al

(fă-ring'gō-es-ō-faj'ē-ăl), Avoid the mispronunciation pharyngoesophage'al.
Relating to the pharynx and the esophagus.
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pha·ryn·go·e·soph·a·ge·al

(fă-ring'gō-ĕ-sŏf-ā'jē-ăl)
Relating to the pharynx and the esophagus.
Synonym(s): pharyngo-oesophageal.
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[2] LPR has been given various names in literature such as supraesophageal reflux, extraesophageal reflux, reflux laryngitis, laryngeal reflux, gastropharyngeal reflux, and pharyngoesophageal and atypical reflux.
(142 patients), pectoralis major flap, free jejunal flap, augmented colon bypass, gastric pull up and gastric tube were compared for pharyngoesophageal reconstruction and early postoperative mortality rate was 10.6% (14).
A Two-stage method for pharyngoesophageal reconstruction with a primary pectoral skin flap.
Bi-directional cervicography is used in the radiological examination of oesophageal foreign bodies, especially because the great majority of foreign bodies are attached to the pharyngoesophageal junction.
Pharyngoesophageal foreign bodies (FBs) are common otolaryngologic problems, but challenging cases cause significant patient and surgeon frustration.
The upper esophageal sphincter (UES) located at the pharyngoesophageal junction functions as a protective barrier between the trachea and esophagus.
Al-Sihan, "Perforating and migrating pharyngoesophageal foreign bodies: A series of 5 patients," Ear, Nose & Throat Journal, vol.
Furthermore, dysphagia can be the result of pharyngoesophageal involvement and compression [6].
When the OALL is extraordinarily large, it can compress the pharyngoesophageal and laryngotracheal segments, resulting in several symptoms, including dysphagia, dyspnea, and hoarseness.
Management of pharyngoesophageal stenosis (PES) in patients after head and neck cancer (HNC) treatment remains a challenge [1].
In animals that had swelling between pharyngoesophageal junction and thoracic inlet (cervical region), a hard mass was palpable.