Related formsdys·phag·ic [dis-faj-ik, -fey-jik] /dɪsˈfædʒ ɪk, -ˈfeɪ dʒɪk/, adjective
Can be confuseddysphagia dysphasia
Examples from the Web for dysphagia
Great swelling of the fauces and dysphagia persisted for some days after the injury, and there was considerable hæmorrhage.
The dysphagia is rarely complete, instances in which no liquids can be swallowed being infrequent.
He spoke distinctly, but there was dysphagia as far as solids were concerned.
Dysphagia is sometimes one of the first symptoms to attract attention, but it may not appear until late in the disease.
Removal of a portion of the epiglottis occasionally gives great relief to a patient who is suffering from dysphagia.