Adjective "catarrhal" definition and examples

Pronunciation

/kəˈtɑːrəl/

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Definitions and examples

adjective

  1. 'Airsacculitis may be present even after infection with relatively mild strains, and thickening of the air sacs with catarrhal or caseous discharge is often observed.'
  2. 'The contagious period is seven days following exposure to the organism and during the catarrhal stage.'

Definitions

1. Pathology. inflammation of a mucous membrane, especially of the respiratory tract, accompanied by excessive secretions.

More examples(as adjective)

"states can be catarrhal."

"enteritises can be catarrhal."

"remedies can be catarrhal."

"symptoms can be catarrhal."

"measleses can be catarrhal."

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Origin

(catarrh)