Oropharyngolaryngitis



oropharyngolaryngitis o·r·o·pha·ryn·go·lar·yn·gi·tis (ôr’ō-fə-rĭng’gō-lār’ĭn-jī’tĭs)
n.
Inflammation of the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract, as from inhalation or ingestion of chemical or physical agents.

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