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 (fə-rĭn′jē-əl, -jəl, făr′ĭn-jē′əl) also pha·ryn·gal (fə-rĭng′gəl)
Of, relating to, located in, or coming from the pharynx.
A speech sound produced in the pharynx.

[From New Latin pharyngeus, from pharynx, pharyng-, pharynx; see pharynx.]


(ˌfærɪnˈdʒiːəl) or


1. (Anatomy) of, relating to, or situated in or near the pharynx
2. (Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics pronounced or supplemented in pronunciation with an articulation in or constriction of the pharynx
(Phonetics & Phonology) phonetics a pharyngeal speech sound
[C19: from New Latin pharyngeus; see pharynx]


(fəˈrɪn dʒi əl, -dʒəl, ˌfær ɪnˈdʒi əl)

also pha•ryn•gal

(fəˈrɪŋ gəl)

1. of, pertaining to, or situated near the pharynx.
2. (of a speech sound) articulated with retraction of the root of the tongue and constriction of the pharynx.
3. a pharyngeal speech sound.
[1820–30; < New Latin pharynge(us) (see pharyngo-, -eous) + -al1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.pharyngeal - a consonant articulated in the back of the mouth or throat
consonant - a speech sound that is not a vowel
Adj.1.pharyngeal - of or relating to the throat; "pharyngeal fricatives"


, pharyngal
adjRachen-; pharyngeal cancerRachenkrebs m


adj faríngeo
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2] Similarly, it can be differentated from conversion disorder (Globus Pharyngeus) as in Globus pharyngeus, patients often have the 'perception' of an abnormal sensation and a feeling of globus which is usually unrelated to actual swallowing.
Utility of ambulatory pH monitoring and videofluoroscopy for the evaluation of patients with globus pharyngeus.
Many postoperative symptoms such as hoarseness, vocal fatigue, throat clearing, globus pharyngeus (lump in the throat), and throat pain mostly subside within 24 hours postextubation.
Other clinical symptoms in literature such as pulsatile tinnitus, palpable neck mass and globus pharyngeus were not reported.
Thus, the source of vibration is composed of mucosa and musculature that is normally present in this area, such as the cricopharyngeal muscle and the constrictor pharyngeus muscles.
O refluxo laringofaringeo se refere ao refluxo gastresofagico que alcanca estruturas superiores ao nivel do esfincter esofagico superior, e isso implica em uma serie de alteracoes otorrinolaringologicas, incluindo laringite posterior cronica, nodulos vocais, laringoespasmo, edema de Reinke, ulceras, granuloma, e sensacao de bola na garganta ou globus pharyngeus [12-14].
Patients with LPR commonly complain of hoarseness, chronic cough, globus pharyngeus, dysphagia, sore throat, and chronic throat clearing.