Dysphagy
Dysphagia Dys*pha"gi*a, Dysphagy Dys"pha*gy, n. [NL. dysphagia, fr. Gr. dys- ill, hard + ? to eat.] (Med.) Difficulty in swallowing. ||

The Collaborative International Dictionary of English. 2000.

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  • dysphagy — noun difficulty in swallowing Syn: dysphagia …   Wiktionary

  • dysphagy — dys·pha·gy (disґfə je) dysphagia …   Medical dictionary

  • dysphagia, dysphagy — Difficulty in swallowing. SEE ALSO: aglutition. [dys + G. phago, to eat] d. lusoria d. said to be due to compression by the right subclavian artery arising abnormally from the descending aorta and passing behind the esophagus. [coinage from L.… …   Medical dictionary

  • Dysphagia — Dys*pha gi*a, Dysphagy Dys pha*gy, n. [NL. dysphagia, fr. Gr. dys ill, hard + ? to eat.] (Med.) Difficulty in swallowing. || …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • dysphagia — noun difficulty in swallowing Syn: dysphagy …   Wiktionary

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