from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Afflicted with cyanosis.
from The Century Dictionary.
- In pathology, exhibiting cyanosis; of a bluish color from defect of circulation.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Rendered blue, as the surface of the body, from cyanosis or deficient aëration of the blood.
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- adjective pathology
from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
When the PDA closes, some babies with tricuspid atresia get quite blue/cyanosed.
Sparks lay sprawled on the floor, his face cyanosed and contorted.
The bald man was staring at him with cyanosed eyes, his hands clenching and unclenching on the splintered and gouged surface of his table.
They wouldn't have laughed like that if they'd come in here and found me on the bathroom floor with a blue cyanosed face.
For several seconds the silence may be complete, while the child steadily becomes more and more cyanosed, or the body may be shaken by incomplete expiratory movements and strangled cries which are suppressed because the chest is already in a position of almost complete expiration.
It was blue and cyanosed still, and his lips had a violet tinge.
Without warning, the child seems to choke, has great difficulty in breathing, with inspiratory stridor and indrawing of the epigastrium; he rapidly becomes cyanosed, and in the majority of cases dies in a few minutes -- _thymus death_.
In some cases there are localised jerkings, in others generalised convulsive attacks during which the patient becomes deeply cyanosed.
The face is cyanosed, and the distension of the veins of the eyelids furnishes an index of the severity of the intra-cranial venous stasis
The patient may rapidly become cyanosed, the inspirations assume a noisy, stridulous character, and great distress and imminent suffocation supervene.