postnasal


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post·na·sal

 (pōst-nā′zəl)
adj.
Located or occurring posterior to the nose.

postnasal

(ˌpəʊstˈneɪzəl)
adj
(Anatomy) situated behind the nose

post•na•sal

(poʊstˈneɪ zəl)

adj.
located or occurring behind the nose or in the nasopharynx; nasopharyngeal.
[1895–1900]
Translations

post·na·sal

a. postnasal, detrás de la nariz.

postnasal

adj posnasal or postnasal; — drip goteo posnasal or postnasal, goteo retronasal
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