noun, plural lym·phan·git·i·des [lim-fan-jit-i-deez] /ˌlɪm fænˈdʒɪt ɪˌdiz/. Pathology.
Origin of lymphangitis
Examples from the Web for lymphangitis
Historical Examples of lymphangitis
Consequently, lymphangitis may be considered as infectious and non-infectious.Lameness of the Horse
John Victor Lacroix
The appearance of the limb closely simulated an attack of lymphangitis.Diseases of the Horse's Foot
Harry Caulton Reeks
The lymphatic cords and glands are found with all the lesions of lymphangitis.
Excessive suppuration, lymphangitis, and gangrene are causes of a fatal termination by exhaustion.
When greasy heels are complicated by lymphangitis we have a condition very much resembling that of farcy.