cyanose

Related to cyanose: Icterus

cyanose

(ˈsaɪənəʊz)
n
(Pathology) pathol archaic a former name of cyanosis
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cyanose

[ˈsaɪənəʊz] Ncianosis f
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Meyer, "Ueber angeborene blasige Missbildung der Lungen, nebst einigen Bemerkungen uber Cyanose aus Lungenleiden," Archiv fur Pathologische Anatomie und Physiologie und fur Klinische Medicin, vol.
Gravite averee pour les bebes La coqueluche est une maladie respiratoire qui peut etre grave chez le nourrisson Chez ce dernier, la coqueluche peut provoquer une gene respiratoire pouvant provoquer une gene respiratoire pouvant entrainer des quintes de toux, une cyanose, un blocage respiratoire et des complications pulmonaires necessitant une hospitalisation en urgence.
** des signes de cyanose aux extremites et un temps de remplissage capillaire allonge du lit des ongles
Sur une forme speciale de cyanose s'accompagnant d' hyperglobulie excessive ET peristante.
In two adults exposed accidentally to high quantities of sodium tellurite, the most characteristic observations were the presence of a garlic odor in the breath and cyanose, which were associated with methaemoglobin in the blood.
Participants were checked for wheezing, any increase in their anterior-posterior chest diameter, intercostal retraction, cyanoses, percussion hyper-resonance and rhonchi were noted.
Dyspnoea gradually increased, and coughing, wheezing and cyanoses appeared.