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  1. ... nerve problem Oropharyngeal dysphagia , a disorder of the throat . Conditions include: Certain types of cancer Neurological diseases such as multiple sclerosis or Parkinson's ...
  2. ... a small, butterfly-shaped gland located near the throat. A thyroglobulin test is mostly used as a tumor marker test to help guide thyroid cancer treatment. Tumor markers, sometimes called cancer markers, are ...
  3. ... a small, butterfly-shaped gland located near the throat. Calcitonin helps control how the body uses calcium . Calcitonin is a type of tumor marker. Tumor markers are substances made by cancer cells or by normal cells in response to ...
  4. ... 1742250 Related Health Topics Benign Tumors Cancer Esophageal Cancer Esophagus Disorders Hiatal Hernia Peptic Ulcer Stomach Disorders Throat Disorders X-Rays Related Medical Tests Esophageal pH ...
  5. ... cancers . Long-lasting HPV may also cause other cancers, including those of the anus , vagina , penis, mouth , and throat . An HPV test looks for high-risk HPV ...
  6. ... enters the esophagus , the tube that connects your throat to your stomach. It also measures how long ... regurgitation) Trouble swallowing Feeling a lump in your throat Sore throat Cough Frequent burping What happens during ...
  7. ... types of bacteria tests and their uses are: Throat Culture Used to diagnose or rule out strep throat Test procedure: A health care professional uses a ...
  8. ... in breathing. This includes your lungs, nose, and throat. There are many types of viruses and bacteria ... a respiratory infection include: Coughing Trouble breathing Sore throat Stuffy or runny nose Fatigue Loss of appetite ...
  9. ... the mouth or nose and moved down the throat and into the airways. It helps diagnose and ... spray a numbing medicine in your mouth and throat, so you won't feel any pain during ...
  10. ... nasopharynx, the uppermost part of your nose and throat. In some cases, a health care provider will ... reaches your nasopharynx (the upper part of your throat). Your provider will rotate the swab and remove ...
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