Thesaurus / diaphragm
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The speaking-tube used was of woven material, not of rubber, and a pad of felt was kept in the tube near the diaphragm box.

It is situated in the right side, below the diaphragm, and is composed of several lobes.

When extreme, it may give rise to distressing dyspnoea by preventing the descent of the diaphragm.

That cavity is divided into two by a partly muscular and partly tendinous partition, the diaphragm.

The insertion of the diaphragm becomes soon perceptible by a deep groove around the chest.

The œsophagus passes through the diaphragm about an inch above the cardiac opening of the stomach.

Post-mortem examinations after colic or severe accident sometimes reveal rupture of the diaphragm.

Special Report on Diseases of the HorseUnited States Department of Agriculture

A and B are the wires leading to the magnet, C, and D is the diaphragm.

ABC of ElectricityWilliam Henry Meadowcroft

The barrel and the ear piece engaged each other by means of a screw thread and served to clamp the diaphragm between them.

This leads into a tube, the gullet, passing down through the back part of the chest into the stomach below the diaphragm.

Health LessonsAlvin Davison

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