from The Century Dictionary.
- In arthropods, of or pertaining to a pleurite; pleural, as a segment of a somite.
- In entomology, specifically, lateral or pleural and abdominal; of or pertaining to a pleurite.
- Pertaining to or suffering from pleurisy: as, pleuritic symptoms or affections; a pleuritic patient.
- Causing or bringing pleurisy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Of or pertaining to pleurisy.
- adjective Suffering from pleurisy.
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- adjective Of, pertaining to, or afflicted with
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In pleuritic affections, when the disease is not purged off in fourteen days, it usually terminates in empyema.
If it be quinsy or any other of the pleuritic affections, purge with electuaries; but if the patient be weaker, or if you abstract more blood, you may administer a clyster every third day, until he be out of danger, and enjoin total abstinence if necessary.
The third complained of a pleuritic stitch, and spitting of blood, for which Doctor
After the third sterilisation cool to 42° C. and add to each tube 3 c.c. of sterile hydrocele fluid, ascitic fluid or pleuritic effusion
Collect ascitic, pleuritic, or hydrocele fluid in sterile flasks and allow to stand in the ice-chest for twelve hours to sediment.
The course to recovery was sometimes broken by signs of slight pleuritic inflammation, which, as affecting the amount of effusion, will be spoken of under the heading of symptoms.
Collect a quantity of pleuritic effusion, if such is present, in a pipette for further examination later.
Thin serous membrane in mammals that envelops each lung and folds back to make a lining for the chest cavity. pleuritic (pleurisy)
Collect ascitic fluid (pleuritic fluid, hydrocele fluid, etc.), by aspiration directly into sterile flasks, under strictly aseptic precautions.
After the third sterilisation cool the tubes to 42°C., and add to each 3 c.c. of sterile hydrocele fluid, ascitic fluid, or pleuritic effusion (previously sterilised, if necessary, by the fractional method); allow the tubes to solidify in a sloping position.