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A nurse carefully swabbed the back of his nose and pharynx for a sample of the virus that had brought him to the hospital.
Vincent's angina is a chronic pseudomembranous and ulcerative inflammation of pharynx and tonsils.
It subsequently loses its connection with the pharynx, and in adult life is a bilobed structure on either side of the windpipe.
MAN AND HIS ANCESTORCHARLES MORRIS
In hay fever, the itching and redness of the eyes, nose, and throat are controlled from a sensitive point in the naso-pharynx.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
The Right Spot, as related in the chapter on Ichthyol, is either the vault of the pharynx or the upper surface of the soft palate.
THE TREATMENT OF HAY FEVERGEORGE FREDERICK LAIDLAW
One exception must be made to the statement that no attention is paid to mouth-pharynx resonance.
The greater the size of the pharynx, whether through practice or natural gifts, the stronger in proportion is the tone.
Several vocal theorists take this precept literally, and hold that it describes a function of mouth-pharynx resonance.
How can the "column of vocalized breath" be voluntarily directed in its passage through the pharynx and mouth?

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