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Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty
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  1. Neoplasms causing ptosis AND Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty: Causes of All Symptoms
  2. Neoplasms causing ptosis OR Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty: Causes of Any Symptom
  3. Neoplasms causing ptosis: Causes
  4. Neoplasms causing ptosis: Introduction
  5. Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty: Causes
  6. Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty: Introduction
  7. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Abdominal mass (2 causes)
  8. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Abdominal mass in children (2 causes)
  9. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Exophthalmos (2 causes)
  10. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Exophthalmos in childhood (1 -- 5 years old) (2 causes)
  11. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Exophthalmos in childhood (10 -- 20 years old) (2 causes)
  12. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Exophthalmos in childhood (5-10 years old) (2 causes)
  13. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Oral lesions in children (2 causes)
  14. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking difficulty (2 causes)
  15. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of swallowing difficulty (2 causes)
  16. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and Abdominal mass in adults (1 causes)
  17. Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty and MORE SYMPTOMS

Neoplasms causing ptosis and Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty

  • Neoplasms causing ptosis AND Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty - Causes of All Symptoms
  • Neoplasms causing ptosis OR Oropharyngeal neoplastic causes of sucking and swallowing difficulty - Causes of Any Symptom

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