Definition of Aneurysmatic

1. Adjective. Relating to or affected by an aneurysm.




Definition of Aneurysmatic

1. Adjective. (medicine) Describing a blood vessel that has an aneurysm; aneurysmal ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aneurysmatic

aneurismatic
aneurisms
aneurolemmic
aneurysm
aneurysm by anastomosis
aneurysmal
aneurysmal bone cyst
aneurysmal bruit
aneurysmal cough
aneurysmal murmur
aneurysmal phthisis
aneurysmal sac
aneurysmal varix
aneurysmally
aneurysmatic (current term)
aneurysmectomy
aneurysmogram
aneurysmograph
aneurysmoplasty
aneurysmorrhaphy
aneurysmotomy
aneurysms
aneutronic
aneutronic fuels
anew
anfractuose
anfractuosities
anfractuosity
anfractuous

Literary usage of Aneurysmatic

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"It should be noted that the aneurysmatic dilatation never involves the entire circumference of the vessel, but is a partial bulging corresponding to the ..."

2. Verhandlungen des X. Internationalen medicinischen Congresses v. 1: Berlin (1891)
"It was absent in the aneurysmatic sac, present in the opposite wall, and gradually ... Externally, the wall of the aneurysmatic sac thus altered, ..."

3. Transactions by American Gastroenterological Association, Darwin. Knochenmus (1905)
"There were no erosions, no veri- cose veins or aneurysmatic dilatation of arterioles. From the pylorus down to the anus no gross lesion of the intestines ..."

4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1830)
"416 M. Dupuytren on the aneurysmatic. Dilatation of the Superficial Vessels of Inflammation of the Spinal Chord producing Tetanus, . 447 the Head, . ..."

5. A Manual of the Nervous Diseases of Man by Moritz Heinrich Romberg (1853)
"structure, was subjected to tension and dragging by the aneurysmatic swelling of the carotid and its pulsations. We may conclude, from the duration and slow ..."

6. Ophthalmology; Essays, Abstracts and Reviews. edited by Henry Vanderbilt W├╝rdemann, Nelson Miles Black (1906)
"From this and Sattler's observations Schwabach recommends for the treatment of pulsating exophthalmus at first to resect the aneurysmatic varix, and, ..."

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