(n.) An inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane, in which there are congestion, swelling, and an altertion in the quantity and quality of mucus secreted; as, catarrh of the stomach; catarrh of the bladder.
(1) Bacteria of catarrhal group (30.8%) and streptococcus pneumoniae (28.4%) dominated among other bacteria.
(2) A microtitre technique for the quantal assay of a cell-free strain of malignant catarrhal fever virus was developed, using serially passaged bovine embryonic kidney cells.
(3) The speediest effect was registered for sneezing, followed by nasal catarrh, nasal itching, and blocking.
(4) The following findings were obtained from histomorphological examination of 45 piglets with coli-bacillosis (with serotypical Escherichia coli detected) and ten piglets with coli-diarrhoea (with non-serotypical E. coli detected): Diarrhoea accompanying either disease was not attributable to catarrhal or haemorrhagic gastro-enteritis.
(5) Pathological changes were liver fatty cytoplasmic vacuolation and necrosis of hepatocytes with lymphocytic infiltration, epithelial degeneration of renal tubules, catarrhal enteritis, and varying degrees of hemorrhage in the thigh and breast.
(6) At the end of the tests the development of the most significative symptomatologic parameters has been analysed according to the Wilcoxon test: quantity, kind and characteristics of nasal secretions, nasal obstruction, phlogosis of the nasal and pharyngeal mucosa, hoarseness, difficulty in catarrhal expectoration, hypoacusia, retraction of the tympanic membrane.
(7) Microflora isolated from cattle with acute postnatal pus-catarrhal endometritis has been studied.
(8) The gross and histopathologic lesions of three captive sika deer (Cervus nippon) with malignant catarrhal fever are described.
(9) It was established that no antibacterial and desintoxicating therapy is required in catarrhal appendicitis.
(10) The only consistent lesion on necropsy was a catarrhal enteritis in the duodenal area.
(11) For men the differences were significant for nasal catarrh and sinusitis.
(12) Although virus isolation was not attempted, serologic findings of antibodies to malignant catarrhal fever virus detected by indirect immunofluorescence and virus neutralization supported a diagnosis of malignant catarrhal fever in this deer.
(13) An appendicitis echo was obtained in 100% of phlegmonous and gangrenous appendicitis cases in which emergency surgery was indicated, but in only 32% of catarrhal appendicitis cases in which conservative therapy was generally indicated.
(14) One inoculation with this agent did not protect such steers, and repeated weekly inoculations had the risk of inducing a malignant catarrhal fever-like disease.
(15) In 100% of cases this detection correlated with the presence of lesions of the upper respiratory ways and was probably indicative of the rotavirus nature of the catarrhal syndrome in rotavirus gastroenteritis.
(16) The commonest cause of ear-ache in children is otitis externa and five new cases of otitis externa will be seen for every case of otitis media.ACUTE OTITIS EXTERNA AND OTITIS MEDIA ARE QUITE DIFFERENT AND DISTINCT CLINICAL ENTITIES IN CHILDREN: the former is a tender, dirty, pruritic ear, often recurring in children with simple febrile illnesses; the latter is more isolated than is realised, non-recurrent and usually accompanying upper respiratory catarrhal illness.The fleeting nature of otitis externa as seen in childhood is typical of clinical material in general practice that presents quite differently from that in hospital practice.
(17) The uveitis, vasculitis, and keratitis of malignant catarrhal fever were probably immune-mediated.
(18) The differential evaluation of different pathologies of the esophageal mucosa suggested a link between catarrhal and erosive esophagitis and vitamin B2 deficiency and atrophic esophagitis and vitamin A deficit.
(19) Six of them had neutralising antibody titres to malignant catarrhal fever virus and three were positive in the indirect immunofluorescence test.
(20) Data are given on the study of changes in microflora of the intestinal contents in patients with functional diseases: irritable colon syndrome (ICS), chronic catarrhal colitis (CCC) and non-specific ulcerous colitis (NUC).
(n.) The part of the neck in front of, or ventral to, the vertebral column.
(n.) Hence, the passage through it to the stomach and lungs; the pharynx; -- sometimes restricted to the fauces.
(n.) A contracted portion of a vessel, or of a passage way; as, the throat of a pitcher or vase.
(n.) The part of a chimney between the gathering, or portion of the funnel which contracts in ascending, and the flue.
(n.) The upper fore corner of a boom-and-gaff sail, or of a staysail.
(n.) That end of a gaff which is next the mast.
(n.) The angle where the arm of an anchor is joined to the shank.
(n.) The inside of a timber knee.
(n.) The orifice of a tubular organ; the outer end of the tube of a monopetalous corolla; the faux, or fauces.
(v. t.) To utter in the throat; to mutter; as, to throat threats.
(v. t.) To mow, as beans, in a direction against their bending.
(1) A throat swab from one patient grew group A, beta haemolytic streptococci, and in each case unequivocal evidence of seroreaction to streptococcal antigens was present.
(2) During the couple's 30-year marriage she had twice reported him to the police for grabbing her by the throat, before they divorced in 2005.
(3) Epstein-Barr Virus was found in throat, lungs and blood, whereas the specific antibodies production was delayed.
(4) A 27-year-old lady presented with history of discomfort in the throat and difficulty in swallowing for two weeks.
(5) The tinsel coiled around a jug of squash and bauble in the strip lighting made a golf-ball size knot of guilt burn in my throat.
(6) S. epidermidis was isolated from the throat in a very small percentage of all the people examined.
(7) Most infections have flu-like symptoms including fever, coughing, sore throat, runny nose, and aches and pains.
(8) The results of numerous microbiological investigations of sputa, nose and throat swabs before and during the long-term study are interpreted under certain aspects and questioning.
(9) A 50-year-old woman with a 27-year history of ankylosing spondylitis developed cricoarytenoid joint arthritis that was indicated by hoarseness, sore throat, and vocal cord fixation.
(10) Fifty-nine infants (45%) had at least one culture site positive for U. urealyticum (eye, 4%; nasopharynx 24%; throat, 16%; vagina, 53%; and rectum, 9%).
(11) Our semiquantitative methods for the culture of H. influenzae type b, consisting of inoculation of 0.001 ml of throat swab fluid on antiserum agar plates and division of the results into three grades of intensity, showed agreement as to intensity of colonization in over 80% of repeat throat cultures.
(12) It may be feasible to use the direct fluorometric test in a diagnostic laboratory as described or possibly to adapt it for automatic processing of throat swab cultures.
(13) Since 8 of 18 patients with streptococcal throat infection had normal NBT test results, the NBT test apparently is of limited value in the early recognition of these infections.
(14) Two middle-aged subjects, a male and female, with spastic dysphonia (hoarseness, stammering) were treated with both frontalis and throat muscle electromyographic (EMG) biofeedback.
(15) It’s good to hear a full-throated defence of social security as a basic principle of civilisation, and a reiteration of the madness of renewing Trident; pleasing too to behold how much Burnham and Cooper have had to belatedly frame their arguments in terms of fundamental principle.
(16) For routine grouping, extracts were prepared from the first one-half-plate subculture of the initial throat culture.
(17) A lot, without it being thrust down their throats.” The app will add more stories over time, with Moore saying American narrators will be included, and ultimately translations into other languages too.
(18) One day, a man she had interviewed held a knife to her throat, holding her captive for 10 days and only releasing her when the French embassy came looking for her.
(19) The proportion of culture sore-throat patients returned to the original 55% level after an initial period of enthusiasm.
(20) These symptoms include eye, nose, and throat irritation; headache; mental fatigue; and respiratory distress.