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Synonyms for nasal

a consonant produced through the nose with the mouth closed

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an elongated rectangular bone that forms the bridge of the nose

of or in or relating to the nose


sounding as if the nose were pinched

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Mum Vicky, 39, of Pentre Broughton, Wrexham, says her daughter had had gastro oesophageal reflux, became "reliant" on getting food through her nasal tube but now shuns food by mouth.
Time is a great healer and, to date, Tommy no longer requires oxygen and he has been off the support for a few months now, although he still has a nasal tube for feeding.
At present the faeces is inserted into the recipient using colonoscopy or nasal tube but researchers are developing a less off-putting method.
Fed through a nasal tube, the child weighs under 10kg.
These patients tote around a solution in a bag, which delivers fats, proteins and water and no carbs through a nasal tube into their stomach.
The only other option was a nasal tube but that is a very uncomfortable measure.
Jurors heard she crushed up pills and fed them through her daughter's nasal tube, handed her morphine and injected three syringes of air into her vein after she made a failed suicide bid.
She can only say a few words at present and communicates by putting her thumbs up or down and has been fed through a nasal tube.
Wandless said it was common practice for Gingell to dose his horses with sodium bicarbonate a couple of hours before they ran, either with a syringe or through a nasal tube.
It was translated into Ukrainian for Demjanjuk as he sat in a wheelchair, receiving oxygen through a nasal tube.
The Sniff Magnitude Test, developed by two scientists at the University of Cincinnati, consists of a nasal tube attached to a plastic container about the size and shape of a coffee thermos.
Two operations followed and for five months Tom, who lives with wife Joyce in Houghton-le-Spring, had to be fed through a nasal tube.
Anna, a supermarket cashier from Worcester, is now being trained to feed him through a nasal tube at home.
Jeremy Martin, spokesman for the Joint Task Force Guantanamo, said there are currently nine hunger strikers, five of whom are being fed through a nasal tube and "all are clinically stable.