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phagous suff. Eating; feeding on: ichthyophagous. [From Latin -phagus , from Greek -phagos , from phagein , to.

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Perforation of the pharynxin the newborn:
phagus but each time the catheter ap¬ peared in the phagus.
phagus have been reported. phagus.
A contribution to the topographical anatomy of the recurrent
phagus as well as on the trachea. In spite of the need for this knowledge, no data on the subject has been found even after an exten- sive litterature search.
Barrett's esophagus in a teenager with a ringed esophagus
phagus in the distal 4 cm of the esophagus.
Breakfast Meetings. 08:30 – 10:30 live Endoscopy barrett's oeso- phagus related neoplasia: consensus in. Stockholm.

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phage - Wiktionary
[edit] English. [edit] Etymology. Ancient Greek φαγητόν (phageton, “food, consumption”) < φαγεῖν aorist of ἐσθίω, ἔδω (“to eat, to consume”).
Urban Dictionary: phagus
Person that likes to chew on pens when bored, nervous, or both.
-phagus - Definition and More from the Free Merriam-Webster
Definition of -PHAGUS.
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