The oesophageal, bronchial and pericardiac branches are sufficiently described by their names.
The trouble in deglutition proved to be due to an oesophageal narrowing.
The passage of oesophageal bougies or the stomach-tube into the oesophagus will often reveal the point of stricture.
The distribution of the squamous, white, oesophageal epithelium is very much like that of Dendrolagus.
The centres for the antennal nerves form ganglionic swellings on the oesophageal connectives.
The gastric gives off oesophageal branches and then runs along the lesser curvature of the stomach.
oesophageal bone: a plate below anterior part of oesophagus in Psocidae.
oesophageal lobes: form posterior portion of brain or tritocerebrum.
Commonly among the terrestrial forms there is a gizzard, or two gizzards, or a larger number, in the oesophageal region.
A non-malignant ulceration may result which later leads on to an oesophageal stricture.