pleuritis pleu·ri·tis (plu-rī'tĭs)
Report of a case of insidious inflammation of the pia mater, complicated with pleuritis—with the autopsy.
In the absence of the history the differentiation must be made between perihepatitis and pleuritis.
The pleuritis is seldom latent, or so masked by the symptoms of the general disease that it is apt to be overlooked.
According to Webster and Worcester this termination is pronounced ītĭs in bronchitis, pleuritis, gastritis, etc.
Pulmonary affections in form of pleuritis, pneumonia, or bronchitis are common complications of rheumatic fever.
He had an attack of pleuritis some weeks before, and had recovered, but latterly complained a little of his head.
Among the serous inflammations which complicate or follow scarlet fever, pleuritis is one of the most important.
In pneumococcic meningitis, endocarditis and pleuritis, 3% of salicylic acid should be added to this oil.
The most usual intercurrent maladies are peritonitis, pleuritis, and other serous inflammations.
Croupous and other forms of pneumonia, pulmonary oedema, and pleuritis have been not rarely noted.