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A nurse carefully swabbed the back of his nose and pharynx for a sample of the virus that had brought him to the hospital.Inside the Global Quest to Trace the Origins of COVID-19—and Predict Where It Will Go Next|Alice Park|July 23, 2020|Time
Vincent's angina is a chronic pseudomembranous and ulcerative inflammation of pharynx and tonsils.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
It subsequently loses its connection with the pharynx, and in adult life is a bilobed structure on either side of the windpipe.Man And His Ancestor|Charles Morris
In hay fever, the itching and redness of the eyes, nose, and throat are controlled from a sensitive point in the naso-pharynx.
The Right Spot, as related in the chapter on Ichthyol, is either the vault of the pharynx or the upper surface of the soft palate.
In the higher grades, a mouth, pharynx, and sophagus precede the stomach.