The vapour was very deleterious to those having any tendency to pulmonic affections.
The systemic blood-circulation being completely separated from the pulmonic, the circulation is said to be double.
The lungs and right heart are full of blood, and there is a backward engorgement produced by the pulmonic block.
Abdominal and pulmonic complains are the two prevalent diseases.
This part of the circulation is often called the lesser or pulmonic circulation.
He lost flesh, became subject to intermittent attacks of fever and suffered from some pleuritic and pulmonic pains.
How swelling it is, compared with this poor, puny, pulmonic little Frenchman!
The deaths from pulmonic complaints did not often happen among children, but among people somewhat advanced in life.
Want of due capacity of the chest, and any other indication of a liability to a pulmonic disease.
This disease is sometimes called chronic bronchitis, sometimes mucous consumption, pulmonic catarrh, and galloping consumption.
pulmonic pul·mon·ic (pul-mŏn'ĭk, pŭl-)
Of or relating to the lungs; pulmonary.