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- adj. Alternative form of esophageal.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Esophageal.
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Mr. Hitchens, whose reputation as an essayist only grows as his health deteriorates from esophagal cancer—he has written brilliantly about his battles with the disease—is always best when he writes about subjects he feels deeply about.
There may be esophagal spasms and unrecoverable dreams.
Silver succombed to [[esophagal cancer]] on March 15, 2009.
If most people with heartburn don’t know the extent of their esophagal damage, then the court’s conclusion fits with prior cases.
Independent of all this, AZ argued that a consumer could properly conclude that Nexium is superior overall because it’s superior in healing moderate to severe esophagal damage.