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nasopharyngolaryngoscope

[ nā′zō-fə-rĭnggō-lə-rĭnggə-skōp′, -lə-rĭnjə- ]
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n.

An endoscope that is used to visualize the upper airways and the pharynx.

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Other words from nasopharyngolaryngoscope

na′so•phar′yn•gosco•py (-făr′ĭn-gŏskə-pē, -făr′ĭng-) n.
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