Pharyngeal

The word pharyngeal (/fəˈrɪndʒəl/), meaning to do with the pharynx or throat, may refer to:

  • Pharynx, for pharyngeal anatomy
  • Pharyngeal muscles
  • Pharyngeal artery
  • Pharyngeal slit
  • pharyngeal tonsil, a mass of lymphoid tissue in the pharynx
  • Pharyngeal consonant, for pharyngeal sounds in phonetics

Other articles related to "pharyngeal":

Pharyngeal Teeth
... Pharyngeal teeth are teeth in the pharyngeal arch of the throat of cyprinids, suckers, and a number of other fish species lacking teeth ... genus such as clown loaches are known to make distinctive clicking sounds when they grind their pharyngeal teeth ... to produce sound by grinding their long, claw-like pharyngeal teeth ...
Superior Pharyngeal Constrictor Muscle
... The superior pharyngeal constrictor muscle is a muscle in the pharynx ... It is the highest located muscle of the thee pharyngeal constrictors ... The muscle is a quadrilateral muscle, thinner and paler than the inferior pharyngeal constrictor muscle and middle pharyngeal constrictor muscle ...
Anguilliformity
... Fins dorsal fin Gill branchial arch gill raker gill slit pharyngeal arch pharyngeal slit Glossohyal Hyomandibula Jaw pharyngeal jaw Leydig's organ Mauthner cell ...
Pharyngeal Plexus
... Pharyngeal plexus can refer to Pharyngeal plexus of vagus nerve Pharyngeal plexus (venous) ...