constrictive pericarditis con·stric·tive pericarditis (kən-strĭk’tĭv)
Tuberculous or other infection of the pericardium, with thickening of the membrane and constriction of the cardiac chambers.
[kuh n-strik-ter] /kənˈstrɪk tər/ noun 1. a snake that kills its prey by coiling tightly around it, causing suffocation. 2. Anatomy. a muscle that a hollow part of the body, as the pharynx. 3. a person or thing that . /kənˈstrɪktə/ noun 1. any of various nonvenomous snakes, such as the pythons, boas, and anaconda, […]
/kənˈstrɪndʒəns/ noun 1. (physics) inverse of the dispersive power of a medium
[kuh n-strinj] /kənˈstrɪndʒ/ verb (used with object), constringed, constringing. 1. to constrict; compress; cause to contract. /kənˈstrɪndʒ/ verb 1. (transitive) (rare) to shrink or contract
[kuh n-strin-juh nt] /kənˈstrɪn dʒənt/ adjective 1. . 2. causing constriction.