noun plural -ses (-ˌsiːz)
- haemophilus aegyptius,
- haemophilus ducreyi,
- haemophilus influenzae,
- haemorrhagic fever,
Word Origin for haemoptysis
Examples from the Web for haemoptysis
Haemoptysis denotes an escape of blood from the air-passages, which is usually bright red and frothy from admixture with air.
Dyspnoea and haemoptysis occasionally occur, but are by no means the rule.
Ergot is used in therapeutics as a haemostatic, and is very valuable in haemoptysis and sometimes in haematemesis.
Calcium phosphate is much employed in treating rickets, and calcium chloride in haemoptysis and haemophylia.