catarrhal gastritis n.
Gastritis with excessive secretion of mucus.
Autopsy: Severe pulmonary congestion; catarrhal gastritis; mild enteritis with small hemorrhagic areas on mucosa.
The Toxicity of Caffein William Salant
In the milder forms of catarrhal gastritis more frequently met with there is seldom complaint of pain.
A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II Various
- Catarrhal inflammation
catarrhal inflammation catarrhal inflammation n. An inflammatory process that occurs in mucous membranes and is characterized by increased blood flow to the mucosal vessels, edema of the interstitial tissue, enlargement of the secretory epithelial cells, and profuse discharge of mucus and epithelial debris. Historical Examples The fever is not a result of the catarrhal inflammation, […]
belonging or pertaining to the group Catarrhini, comprising humans, anthropoid apes, and Old World monkeys, having the nostrils close together and opening downward and a nonprehensile, often greatly reduced or vestigial tail. a catarrhine animal. Historical Examples catarrhine monkeys have existed, we know with certainty, since the Miocene. The Last Link Ernst Haeckel The platyrrhine […]
catastalsis catastalsis cat·a·stal·sis (kāt’ə-stôl’sĭs, -stāl’-) n. A downward wave of contraction occurring in the gastrointestinal tract during digestion.
catastaltic catastaltic cat·a·stal·tic (kāt’ə-stôl’tĭk, -stāl’-) adj. Restricting or inhibitory; restraining.