Derived forms of dyspnoeadyspnoeal, dyspnoeic, US dyspneal or dyspneic, adjective
Word Origin for dyspnoea
Words nearby dyspnoea
How to use dyspnoea in a sentence
Two hours later the boy became conscious and complained of great thirst and dyspnoea.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
The prominent symptoms of both diseases are pain in the chest or side, cough and fever and dyspnoea.Gilbertus Anglicus|Henry Ebenezer Handerson
Increase of growth in this manner in the neck may cause obstructive dyspnoea and even death.
There may be attacks of dyspnoea, nausea and haemorrhage; the menses in women are checked.
A fatal issue was indicated by a sunken and very quick pulse, the abatement of the dyspnoea, and the eruption coming and going.