cataractogenic cat·a·rac·to·gen·ic (kāt’ə-rāk’tə-jěn’ĭk)
Relating to or having the ability to produce a cataract.
a descent of water over a steep surface; a waterfall, especially one of considerable size. any furious rush or downpour of water; deluge. Ophthalmology. an abnormality of the eye, characterized by opacity of the lens. the opaque area. Historical Examples No other eye disease and no prevalent constitutional diseases or degeneracies in the cataractous stock. […]
Pathology. inflammation of a mucous membrane, especially of the respiratory tract, accompanied by excessive secretions. Historical Examples The menus for colds, catarrh, hay fever, and asthma may be used for influenza. Encyclopedia of Diet, Vol. 4 (of 5) Eugene Christian One said to the other “By the way how is that catarrh of yours?” Prairie […]
Pathology. inflammation of a mucous membrane, especially of the respiratory tract, accompanied by excessive secretions. Historical Examples We shall consider the subject therefore under two forms—namely, catarrhal; Erythematous gastritis. A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II Various In decoction it is used as an eye-wash in catarrhal conjunctivitis. The Medicinal Plants of […]