- esophageal achalasia,
- esophageal lead
Origin of esonarthex
Examples from the Web for esonarthex
Like the outer narthex the esonarthex is in five bays, and was paved with marble in a similar fashion.
Five doors lead to the esonarthex—the three central doors being framed in red marble, the other two in verd antique.
The esonarthex is in three bays covered with barrel vaults, and terminates at both ends in a shallow niche.
The esonarthex is covered with a barrel vault between two cross vaults.