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Definition of Dysphagy
1. difficulty in swallowing [n DYSPHAGIES]
Medical Definition of Dysphagy
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Dysphagy
Literary usage of Dysphagy
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1. The study of medicine by John Mason Good, Samuel Cooper (1829)
"LINGUAL, dysphagy. [The several cases of dysphagia, arising from a diminution of the capacity of the oesophagus by disease of its texture, or from its being ..."
2. Diseases of Man: Data of Their Nomenclature, Classification & Genesis by John William Severin Gouley (1888)
"2. " Chronicus, (Chronic ptyalism.) " 3. " Iners, (Drivelling.) Gen. III. Dysphagia, dysphagy. Spec. 1. D. Constricta, (Constrictive ..."