- catarrhal fever,
- catarrhal gastritis,
- catarrhal inflammation,
Origin of catarrh
Examples from the Web for catarrhal
A slight amount of catarrhal stomatitis is almost invariable.
They are nearly all due to catarrhal infection of the middle ear through the Eustachian tube.
But the politeness that kills faster than any other is that of the consumptive, bronchially-affected, or catarrhal patient.Health, Happiness, and Longevity|Louis Philippe McCarty
The catarrhal symptoms outlast the fever two or three days, but cough and expectoration may not disappear for some time.
Hearing defects usually arise from catarrhal trouble in the middle ear.
Word Origin for catarrh
late 14c., from Medieval Latin catarrus, from Late Latin catarrhus, from Greek katarrhous "a catarrh, a head cold," literally "a flowing down," earlier kata rrhoos, ultimately from kata- "down" (see cata-) + rhein "to flow" (see rheum). Related: Catarrhalcatarrhous.