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pul·mo·nar·y

 (po͝ol′mə-nĕr′ē, pŭl′-)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or affecting the lungs: pulmonary tuberculosis.
2. Having lungs or lunglike organs.

[Latin pulmōnārius, from pulmō, pulmōn-, lung; see pleu- in Indo-European roots.]

pulmonary

(ˈpʌlmənərɪ; -mənrɪ; ˈpʊl-)
adj
1. (Anatomy) of, or relating to or affecting the lungs
2. (Anatomy) having lungs or lunglike organs
[C18: from Latin pulmōnārius, from pulmō a lung; related to Greek pleumōn a lung]

pul•mo•nar•y

(ˈpʌl məˌnɛr i, ˈpʊl-)

adj.
1. of or affecting the lungs.
2. having lungs or lunglike organs; pulmonate.
[1650–60; < Latin pulmōnārius of the lungs =pulmōn-, s. of pulmō lung + -ārius -ary]

pul·mo·nar·y

(po͝ol′mə-nĕr′ē)
Relating to the lungs: a pulmonary infection.

pulmonary

1. Relating to the lungs.
2. Relating to the lungs.
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Adj.1.pulmonary - relating to or affecting the lungs; "pulmonary disease"
Translations
pulmonal

pulmonary

[ˈpʌlmənərɪ] ADJpulmonar

pulmonary

[ˈpʌlmənəri] adjpulmonairepulmonary embolism nembolie f pulmonaire

pulmonary

adjLungen-; pulmonary diseaseLungenkrankheit f; pulmonary hospitalLungenklinik f

pulmonary

[ˈpʌlmənrɪ] adjpolmonare

pul·mo·nar·y

, pulmonic
a. pulmonar, pulmónico-a, rel. al pulmón o a la arteria pulmonar;
___ alveolar proteinosisproteinosis alveolar ___;
___ artery wedge pressurepresión diferencial de la arteria ___;
___ edemaedema ___;
___ embolismembolia ___;
___ emphysemaenfisema ___;
___ insufficiencyinsuficiencia ___;
___ stenosisestenosis ___;
___ valveválvula ___;
___ veinvena ___.

pulmonary

adj pulmonar
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This case report presents the detection of concurrent peritoncillary abscess, orbital abscess and pulmonary abscess, and the growth of the same microorganisms (Peptostreptococcus) in cultures taken from three different sites in a 14-yearold girl known to have been healthy previously and carrying no risk of AB.