1. of or relating to or located near the oropharynx
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How To Use oropharyngeal In A Sentence

  • During the baseline phase, not a single patient who was observed had the oral cavity assessed, teeth brushed, lips and mouth moisturized, oropharyngeal area suctioned, or suction tubing changed.
  • Tularemia can present in ulceroglandular, glandular, oculoglandular, oropharyngeal, typhoidal, or pneumonic forms.
  • Regular dental checkups that include an examination of the entire mouth are important in the early detection of oral and oropharyngeal cancers and precancerous conditions.
  • Copious edema fluid was suctioned from the oropharyngeal tube.
  • But it can cause cancer in the upper throat, too, and a new study says HPV-positive tumors now account for a majority of these cases of what is called oropharyngeal cancer. The Seattle Times
  • Despite an overall slight decline in head and neck cancers in recent years, cases of a particular form called oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma (OSCC) have increased sharply, particularly in the developed world. Reuters: Top News
  • There is NOTHING--and I mean NOTHING--that the combination of facial nerve palsy with ipsilateral oropharyngeal and auditory canal vesicular lesions could be other than Ramsay Hunt syndrome. Definition of a Specialist
  • • A 2007 study at Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center found that oral HPV infection is "the strongest risk factor" for a relatively uncommon throat cancer called oropharyngeal cancer, Canada.com Top Stories
  • In newborns, it usually shows up as diaper rash, but new babies can also develop oropharyngeal candidiasis, or thrush, in the mouth and throat.
  • Additional airway bacterial cultures were obtained in all subjects at test 1, either by expectorated sputum samples or by oropharyngeal swabs.
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