lacrimation


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lac·ri·ma·tion

also lach·ry·ma·tion  (lăk′rə-mā′shən)
n.
Secretion of tears, especially in excess.

lacrimation

(ˌlækrɪˈmeɪʃən)
n
(Physiology) the secretion of tears

lac•ri•ma•tion

(ˌlæk rəˈmeɪ ʃən)

n.
the secretion of tears, esp. in abnormal abundance.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lacrimation - shedding tearslacrimation - shedding tears      
bodily function, bodily process, body process, activity - an organic process that takes place in the body; "respiratory activity"
Translations

lac·ri·ma·tion

n. lagrimeo, producción de lágrimas.
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She developed erythema on her hands and face, as well as rhinitis, lacrimation, nausea, and vomiting.
In the present study following exposure to formaldehyde fumes, excessive lacrimation was seen in 79.
Other manifestations reported in the literature include nausea, vomiting, keratoconjunctivitis, blurred vision, photophobia, blepharospasm, and lacrimation.
Adenovirus serotypes 8, 11, 19, and 37 are common etiologic agents of epidemic keratoconjunctivitis with severe symptoms, such as severe discharge, lacrimation, membrane formation, and multiple subepithelial corneal infiltrates.
The disease is known as Surra locally, and is characterized by intermittent fever, progressive anemia, emaciation, edema of the dependent parts of the body, the other common clinical signs are including sweating, lacrimation, nasal discharge, hyper aesthesia, urticarial plaque formation on the skin, conjunctivitis, petechial hemorrhage, hindquarter muscles atrophy and posterior paralysis [4].
Restlessness, mild colic pain, muscular tremors, lacrimation, nasal discharge and diarrhoea are also observed.
She had no pain, lacrimation or blepharospams in her eyes.
Tobacco smoke can cause conjunctival redness, excessive lacrimation, and discomfort.
Possible outcomes of this infection include conjunctivitis, lacrimation, corneal ulcers, perforation, and blindness (5), but differentiating T callipaeda infection from other ocular conditions, such as conjunctivitis-causing pathogens and allergies, can be difficult because signs and symptoms might be similar.
Dermoids caused irritation to animal, lacrimation and conjunctivitis due to its location and long coarse hairs above the abnormal mass.
An EKC case was defined as an ophthalmologist-diagnosed acute nonbacterial eye disease, characterized by conjunctival inflammation and lacrimation with >2 of the following symptoms: foreign body sensation, light sensitivity, eye pain, or conjunctival edema.
On the basis of clinical examination, the calves diagnosed with abnormal sound in lung auscultation, dyspnea, cough, nasal discharge, anorexia, depression, hyper salivation, lacrimation and accessible mucosal surface lesions were selected for pneumonia group (Group P, n = 20); the ones diagnosed with anorexia, depression, accessible mucosal surface lesions and diarrhea formed enteritis group (Group E, n = 20) as the calves with lung auscultation, dyspnoea, cough, nasal discharge, anorexia, depression, hyper salivation, lacrimation, accessible mucosal surface lesions and diarrhea were chosen for the Pneumoenteritis group (Group PE, n = 20).