Words nearby constrictive pericarditis
How to use constrictive pericarditis in a sentence
Soon, the gentle butler is back in his usual garb, a suit and tie covering a constrictive corset that hides his breasts.The Transgender Revolution, From Albert Nobbs to ‘Work It’|Tricia Romano|January 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Pericarditis scorbutica—a condition which has been observed mostly in Russia in recent times.
The whiteness of the heart would have been due to the fibrinous layer of lymph on its surface, from the pericarditis.
If the Constrictive element be allowed to go further than giving necessary form to the Expansive element, it imprisons the latter.The Law and the Word|Thomas Troward
Inflammation of this sac, or pericarditis, is apt to occur as a result of rheumatism, more especially in children.
The amount of plastic pleurisy associated with it was usually great, and in one case there was also severe pericarditis.