Medical Definition of Recurrent laryngeal nerve

1. A branch of a nerve (the vagus nerve) that comes down the neck and turns back ( recurs ) to supply the larynx (the voice box ). (12 Dec 1998)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve

recurrent albuminuria
recurrent aphthous stomatitis
recurrent aphthous ulcers
recurrent appendicitis
recurrent artery
recurrent artery of Heubner
recurrent caries
recurrent central retinitis
recurrent corneal erosion
recurrent encephalopathy
recurrent event
recurrent fever
recurrent herpetic stomatitis
recurrent interosseous artery
recurrent laryngeal nerve (current term)
recurrent meningeal branch of spinal nerves
recurrent meningeal nerve
recurrent nerve
recurrent pneumonia in childhood
recurrent polyserositis
recurrent pyogenic cholangitis
recurrent radial artery
recurrent scarring aphthae
recurrent stricture
recurrent tetany
recurrent ulcerative stomatitis
recurrent ulnar artery
recurrently
recurring

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