Thesaurus / esophagus
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The more caudal ends of these ganglia separate and run down, a little lateral to the esophagus.
This is a wave-like relaxation of the muscular walls of the esophagus, followed closely by a muscular contraction.
ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DIETEUGENE CHRISTIAN
Then he would take the cider jug and wash down his esophagus as one washes out a clogged rain pipe.
Lady Dee did not use that word, of course—she would as soon have talked of her esophagus.
SYLVIA'S MARRIAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
Close to its posterior end the esophagus gives off three food reservoirs, two above and a single larger one below.
INSECTS AND DISEASESRENNIE W. DOANE
It is found in the esophagus and stomach, and forms the meconium.
ZOONOMIA, VOL. IERASMUS DARWIN
Even in the mouth and the esophagus a small amount is absorbed.
SCIENCE IN THE KITCHEN.MRS. E. E. KELLOGG
As it is the esophagus which is inflated and not the windpipe, this in all probability is what he does.
The passage between the nasal passages and the esophagus: the throat.
A HANDBOOK OF HEALTHWOODS HUTCHINSON
They may compress the esophagus and interfere with swallowing.
SPECIAL REPORT ON DISEASES OF CATTLEU.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

WORDS RELATED TO ESOPHAGUS

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