Definition of Pulmonary anthrax

1. Noun. A form of anthrax infection acquired by inhalation of dust containing Bacillus anthracis; initial symptoms (chill and cough and dyspnea and rapid pulse) are followed by extreme cardiovascular collapse.




Lexicographical Neighbors of Pulmonary Anthrax

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pullulation
pullulations
pullup
pullups
pully
pulmo
pulmocutaneous
pulmograde
pulmometer
pulmometers
pulmonaria
pulmonarias
pulmonary
pulmonary alveolus
pulmonary anthrax (current term)
pulmonary arteries
pulmonary artery
pulmonary circulation
pulmonary congestion
pulmonary edema
pulmonary embolism
pulmonary embolisms
pulmonary emphysema
pulmonary function test
pulmonary oedema
pulmonary pleura
pulmonary plexis
pulmonary reserve
pulmonary stenosis

Literary usage of Pulmonary anthrax

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1899)
"And yet I have hitherto found no records of pulmonary anthrax from the inhalation of dust from highly manured ground which must, one would suppose, ..."

2. The Earth in Relation to the Preservation and Destruction of Contagia: Being by George Vivian Poore (1902)
"And yet I have hitherto found no records of pulmonary anthrax from the inhalation of dust from highly manured ground which must, one would suppose, ..."

3. Infectious Diseases by James Cornelius Wilson, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1910)
"In pulmonary anthrax the mortality amounts to 87.1 per cent. ... Primary pulmonary anthrax can be recognized with difficulty from the clinical picture, ..."

4. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"The infection is usually general, and the effect usually fatal pulmonary anthrax, or wool-sorters' disease, in which the pharynx is congested, the bronchial ..."

5. Diseases of occupation and vocational hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"pulmonary anthrax is more common and arises from the inspiration of dust from infected wool, ... The mortality from pulmonary anthrax is about 50 per cent., ..."

6. Diseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"pulmonary anthrax is more common and arises from the inspiration of dust from infected wool, ... The mortality from pulmonary anthrax is about 50 per cent., ..."

7. Diseases of Occupation and Vocational Hygiene by George Martin Kober, William Clinton Hanson (1916)
"pulmonary anthrax is more common and arises from the inspiration of dust from infected wool, ... The mortality from pulmonary anthrax is about 50 per cent., ..."

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