Pharyngolaryngeal


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Pha`ryn`go`lar`yn`ge´al


a.1.Of or pertaining both to pharynx and the larynx.
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include headache, rhinorrhea, pharyngolaryngeal pain, nasal congestion, cough, diarrhea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and low levels of phenylalanine in the blood.
In this article we describe 5 rare cases of mumps-associated pharyngolaryngeal edema.
The most common adverse reactions[greater than or equal to]3% reported in clinical trials included nasopharyngitis, headache, upper respiratory tract infection, pharyngolaryngeal pain, sinusitis, influenza, back pain, nasal congestion, stomach discomfort, vomiting, and oral candidiasis.
The incidence of pharyngolaryngeal adverse events after general anaesthesia with laryngeal mask airways can be as high as 45%1.
Total laryngectomy is routinely practiced in cases of advanced pharyngolaryngeal cancer, when partial surgery or an organ preservation protocol (radiochemotherapy) is impossible or likely to fail.
Adverse reactions: The most common adverse reactions MS patients experience with dalfampridine treatment include urinary tract infection, insomnia, dizziness, headache, nausea, asthenia, back pain, balance disorder, MS relapse, paresthesia, nasopharyngitis, constipation, dyspepsia, and pharyngolaryngeal pain.
More than 3 years after receiving the world's first complete pharyngolaryngeal transplant, the patient is doing well and has become a motivational speaker, researchers at the Cleveland (OH) Clinic Foundation reported in the May 31st issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.
Paraneoplastic acrokeratosis (Bazex syndrome) has been associated with many cancers caused by tobacco use, including neoplasia of the lower lip, tongue, esophagus, pharyngolaryngeal region, and upper third of the lung.
The most common adverse events (incidence greater-than or equal to 2% and at a rate greater than the placebo rate) for AMPYRA in MS patients were urinary tract infection, insomnia, dizziness, headache, nausea, asthenia, back pain, balance disorder, multiple sclerosis relapse, paresthesia, nasopharyngitis, constipation, dyspepsia, and pharyngolaryngeal pain.
In clinically suspicious cases of foreign body impaction and perforation, CT imaging of the soft tissues of the neck remains essential in the evaluation of suspected pharyngolaryngeal foreign body impaction.
In the two placebo-controlled efficacy trials, adverse reactions reported more commonly with TOBI Podhaler compared to placebo included pharyngolaryngeal pain (sore throat), dysphonia (voice alteration) and dysgeusia (taste disturbance) in one study and cough and hypoacusis (decreased hearing) in the other study.
Anaesthesia management was otherwise uneventful and there was no postoperative pharyngolaryngeal discomfort.