American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Of or relating to the lungs; pulmonary.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to the lungs.
- n. A medicine for diseases of the lungs.
- n. One who is affected with a disease of the lungs.
- adj. Of, pertaining to, or produced by the lungs; pulmonary.
- adj. linguistics Produced by pushing air from or into the lungs, as opposed to velaric and glottalic.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Relating to, or affecting the lungs; pulmonary.
- adj. relating to or affecting the lungs
“An ultrasound scan revealed more intracardiac defects such as pulmonic stenosis, ventricular septal defects, overriding aorta and ventricular hypertrophy, a condition known as Tetralogy of Fallot.”
“This condition is also known as pulmonic or pulmonary insufficiency.”
“The heart valves are called tricuspid, pulmonic, mitral, and aortic.”
“The pulmonic, or pulmonary, valve sits on the way out of the heart between the right ventricle and the main pulmonary artery to prevent blood from leaking back in between beats.”
“At the time of her evaluation for twin-twin transfusion with us, the recipient twin was found to have severe biventricular cardiac dysfunction, with moderate to severe leakage (regurgitation) across both mitral and tricuspid valves, severe pulmonic insufficiency with no forward flow across the pulmonary valve and reverse flow seen within the pulmonary artery.”
“Subpulmonic and supravalvar pulmonic stenosis do not get better with balloon dilation, and will require surgery if the amount of obstruction is moderate or severe.”
“A blockage on the way of the blood to the lungs (pulmonic stenosis).”
“Also, the stenosis can occur above the valve, in the pulmonary artery itself; this is called supravalvar pulmonic stenosis.”
“This condition is also called pulmonic stenosis or pulmonary valve stenosis.”
“This is calledpulmonary regurgitationor pulmonic insufficiency.”
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