Medical Definition of Laryngitic
1. Relating to or caused by laryngitis. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Laryngitic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Canada Medical Journal and Monthly Record of Medical and Surgical Science edited by George E. Fenwick, Francis Wayland Campbell (1866)
"On the following day, the eruption had extended to the back and thighs, and laryngitic irritation still very prominent. On 26th eruption well out, ..."
2. Diphtheria, as it Prevailed in the United States, 1860 to 1866, Preceded by by Charles Neidhard (1867)
"laryngitic Croup. Unsuccessful Treatment by Hepar, Spongia, Iodine, ... 3 removed the angina, after which all the symptoms of laryngitic croup set in. ..."
3. The Laryngoscope by American Laryngological, Rhinological, and Otological Society (1908)
"The exhibitor considered the laryngitic condition to be the result of the inhalation of morbid secretion from the nose, and that the swelling in the inter- ..."
4. The Practitioner by Gale Group, ProQuest Information and Learning Company (1878)
"... that the temperature does not afford a safe guide in diagnosing common diphtheritic from catarrhal laryngitic disease. (Jahrb. f. Kinderheilk. xii. bd. ..."
5. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman (1896)
"... mineral is an excellent emetic in laryngitic stenosis. Opium should be withdrawn from the list of useful drugs. Syrups should be ruled out entirely. ..."
6. Philadelphia Medical Times (1882)
"... and laryngitic tendencies. Nice is delightful for those in health." San Remo, according to all authorities, being mild, dry, equable, ..."
7. A Practical treatise on the diseases of the lungs: Including the Principles by Walter Hayle Walshe (1871)
"... and laryngitic tendencies. 3. It is a mistake to suppose that, if the expectoration be abundant and the skin disposed to act very freely, ergo, ..."
8. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1840)
"Nor is the pulmonary disturbance less heightened, by an increase of the catarrhal, laryngitic, pleuritic, ..."