Origin of catarrh
OTHER WORDS FROM catarrhca·tarrh·al, ca·tarrh·ous, adjectiveca·tarrh·al·ly, adverbnon·ca·tar·rhal, adjectivepost·ca·tarrh·al, adjective
How to use catarrh in a sentence
It is sometimes met with in the sputum of catarrhal pneumonia, bronchitis, and tuberculosis.
It appears early in the catarrhal stage, and persists until after convalescence.
In catarrhal conditions of the small intestine bilirubin may be carried through unchanged.
The symptoms of hay fever resemble those of catarrhal inflammation, but the resemblance is only superficial.
In the nose the sneezing, the discharge, the obstructive swelling suggest at once catarrhal rhinitis.