Catarrh

A vague term - Inflammation of a mucous membrane i.e. a surface structure that produces mucus. It can mean any mucous membrane (see below for an explanation of surface) but will usually mean the air passages of the head, throat and lungs, with a copious discharge of sticky or slimy mucus - Term meaning the mucus itself - In modern Britain catarrh u … ...

Catarrh

• (n.) An inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane, in which there are congestion, swelling, and an altertion in the quantity and quality of mucus secreted; as, catarrh of the stomach; catarrh of the bladder.
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catarrh

<otolaryngology> Inflammation of a mucous membrane, with a free discharge (Hippocrates), especially such inflammation of the air passages of the head and throat. ... Origin: L. Catarrhus, Gr. Katarrhein = to flow down ... (16 Mar 1998) ...
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catarrh

(kә-tahr´) inflammation of a mucous membrane (particularly of the head and throat), with free discharge of mucus. adj., catar´rhal., adj.
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catarrh

(L. catarrhus, from Gr. katarrhein to flow down) inflammation of a mucous membrane, with a free discharge (Hippocrates); especially such inflammation of the air passages of the head and throat.
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catarrh

noun inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus
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Catarrh

Ca·tarrh' noun [ Latin catarrhus , Greek ..., ..., a running down, rheum, from ...; kata` down + ... to flow. See Stream .] (Medicine) An inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane, in which there are congestion, swelling, and an altertion in the quantity and quality ...
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Catarrh

An inflammation of the mucous membranes with a free discharge. This has special reference to the air passages of the head and throat, e.g. hayfever, rhinitis, influenza, bronchitis, pharyngitis, asthma.
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Catarrh

Catarrh is the inflammation of a mucous membrane, particularly that of the nose, throat or bronchial tubes, causing an increased flow of mucus.
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Catarrh

Inflamed mucous membranes, an older term that usually implied excess secretions, particularly with congestion.
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Catarrh

Inflammation of a mucous membrane, especially of the air passages of the head and throat, with a free discharge. Bronchial catarrh was bronchitis; suffocative catarrh was croup; urethral catarrh was gleet; vaginal catarrh was leukorrhea; epidemic catarrh was the same as influenza. Synonyms
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Catarrh

Inflammation of a mucous membrane, especially of the air passages of the head and throat, with a fre
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Catarrh

Inflammation of a mucous membrane, with a discharge of running nose.
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Catarrh

Inflammation of a mucous membranes in the air passages of the head and throat Bronchial catarrh was bronchitis; suffocative catarrh was croup; urethral catarrh was gleet; vaginal catarrh was leukorrhea; epidemic catarrh was the same as influenza. Also called cold, coryza.
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Catarrh

inflammation of a mucous membranes of the head and throat, with a flow of mucous. Bronchial catarrh was bronchitis; suffocative catarrh was croup; urethral catarrh was gleet; vaginal catarrh was leukorrhea; epidemic catarrh was the same as influenza. Synonyms: cold, coryza. Catarrhal bronchitis is acute bronchitis
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catarrh

Inflammation of any mucous membrane, especially of the nose and throat, with increased production of mucus
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catarrh

Type: Term Pronunciation: kă-tahr′ See: catarrhal inflammation
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catarrh

[n] - inflammation of the nose and throat with increased production of mucus
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