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Cavity of pharynx

Cavity of pharynx

It consists of a nasal part (nasopharynx) continuous anteriorly with the nasal cavity and receiving the openings of the auditory tubes, an oral part (oropharynx) opening through the fauces into the oral cavity, and a laryngeal part (laryngopharynx) leading into the vestibule of the larynx and to the oesophagus.

Synonym: cavitas pharyngis, cavum pharyngis.


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