Lexicographical Neighbors of Emphysemic
Literary usage of Emphysemic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Physical diagnosis by Wallace Dickinson Rose (1917)
"emphysemic chest. (Front view.) With asthma, emphysema invariably develops. ... In an emphysemic chest the sternum is high, and antero-posterior diameter ..."
2. Asthma, Presenting an Exposition of the Nonpassive Expiration Theory by Orville Harry Brown (1917)
"emphysemic Chest. (Lateral view.) 186 24. The Mucosa and Substratum in Chronic Bronchitis 190 25. ..."
3. Annual of the Universal Medical Sciencesedited by [Anonymus AC02809657] edited by [Anonymus AC02809657] (1889)
"Condition of health was robust in seven cases, nervous in five, phthisical in one, rheumatic in one, emphysemic in one, anaemic in one, atheromatous in one, ..."
4. The Composite Man as Comprehended in Fourteen Anatomical Impersonations by Edwin Hartley Pratt (1902)
"The layers in the areolar tissue are very convenient as repositories of fat in the corpulent and of serum in the dropsical, also of air in emphysemic ..."
5. Catechism of the Principles of Veterinary Surgery by W[illy] E[dward] A[lexander]. Wyman (1905)
"The rapidly spreading gangrene with the presence of an emphysemic oedema are pathognomic. Name the salient post-mortem changes of malignant ..."
6. A Text-book of Diseases of the Chest: Pericardium, Heart, Aorta, Bronchi by Egbert Guernsey Rankin (1905)
"Asthma is a common cause and old asthmatics are frequently emphysemic. Certain occupations favor the development of emphysema, notably, playing on wind ..."