Definition of Anginose

1. Adjective. Of or related to the pain of angina pectoris.

Exact synonyms: Anginal, Anginous
Partainyms: Angina, Angina, Angina
Derivative terms: Angina, Angina



Definition of Anginose

1. angina [adj] - See also: angina

Medical Definition of Anginose

1. Pertaining to angina or angina pectoris. Source: Websters Dictionary (01 Mar 1998)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Anginose

angina pectoris
angina pectoris decubitus
angina pectoris sine dolore
angina pectoris vasomotoria
angina scarlatinosa
angina sine dolore
angina spuria
angina trachealis
angina vasomotoria
anginal
anginalike
anginas
anginiform
anginoid
anginophobia
anginose (current term)
anginose scarlatina
anginous
angio-
angioarchitecture
angioblast
angioblastic cells
angioblastic cyst
angioblastoma
angioblastomas
angioblastomata
angioblasts
angiocardiogram
angiocardiographic

Literary usage of Anginose

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1. Elements of medicine: A Compendious View of Pathology and Therapeutics; Or by Samuel Henry Dickson (1855)
"The inflammation in the anginose t'orni is not always attended TT;.: ulcération, but sometimes the tonsils are covered with flakes of ..."

2. A Practical Treatise on the Diseases of Children by John Forsyth Meigs, William Pepper (1883)
"The two other forms usually described, the anginose and malignant, are also of little value practically, since we have found that in all severe or grave ..."

3. The British and Foreign Medico-chirurgical Review, Or, Quarterly Journal of (1858)
"The division of the disease into the simple, anginose, and malignant forms constitutes, according to Dr. Meigs, a faulty arrangement, and one not consonant ..."

4. Lectures on scarlet fever by Caspar Morris (1851)
"I have seen it in one instance prove fatal when the anginose symptoms had ... In the anginose malignant forms, the extension of the disease to the larynx ..."

5. Generalized Pain by Norbert Ortner, Francis Joseph Rebman (1922)
"I remember two cases of gout—one a man, thirty-six years of age—in which I observed typical anginose attacks. In the heart and vessels I could find nothing ..."

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