tracheolaryngeal

tra·che·o·la·ryn·ge·al

(trā'kē-ō-lă-rin'jē-ăl),
Relating to the trachea and the larynx.

tracheolaryngeal

/tra·cheo·la·ryn·ge·al/ (-lah-rin´je-al) pertaining to the trachea and larynx.

tracheolaryngeal

[-lerin′jē·əl]
pertaining to the trachea and larynx.

tra·che·o·la·ryn·ge·al

(trā'kē-ō-lă-rin'jē-ăl)
Relating to the trachea and the larynx.

tra·che·o·la·ryn·ge·al

(trā'kē-ō-lă-rin'jē-ăl)
Relating to the trachea and the larynx.

tracheolaryngeal (trā´kēōlərin´-jēəl),

adj pertaining to the trachea and larynx.

tracheolaryngeal

pertaining to the trachea and larynx.
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Esophageal and tracheolaryngeal injuries following PNI are relatively uncommon, with esophageal trauma seen in 0.
946) Focal defects or discontinuity of the tracheolaryngeal wall are direct signs of injury and can be used to triage the patient's definitive therapy, thus avoiding delays with additional invasive tests (47) .
Manipulation of the airway during endotracheal (ET) intubation leads to stimulation of pharyngeal and tracheolaryngeal nociceptors resulting in hemodynamic stress response (HDSR)1 which can be deleterious in patients with poor cardiac reserves2 or having other comorbidities.
No obvious esophageal or tracheolaryngeal perforation or fistula was present.
1) Pulmonary involvement from injured respiratory epithelia and tracheolaryngeal stricture can occur and may require surgery to allow for greater ability to eat and swallow.
trachea, which penetrates the intestinal wall and migrates through the body of the animal to the tracheolaryngeal region (8).
Most of these underlying causes were laryngeal or tracheolaryngeal stenoses, which were caused either by a caustic substance, by a growing laryngeal neoplasm, or as a result of scarring from previous operations.