laryngo-


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laryngo-

or laryng-
pref.
Larynx: laryngoscope.

[New Latin, from Greek larungo-, from larunx, larung-, larynx.]
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laryngo-

or before a vowel

laryng-

combining form
(Anatomy) indicating the larynx: laryngoscope.
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laryngo-

a combining form representing larynx: laryngoscope.Also, esp. before a vowel, laryng-.
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Klenzner, "Obliterated cochlea in Cogan's syndrome--implications for cochlear implant surgery," Laryngo- Rhino- Otologie, vol.