We shall consider the subject therefore under two forms—namely, catarrhal; Erythematous gastritis.
In decoction it is used as an eye-wash in catarrhal conjunctivitis.
The fever is not a result of the catarrhal inflammation, nor are the nervous symptoms the result of both the others.
An excellent remedy for bronchitis, colds, and catarrhal coughs.
The catarrhal symptoms outlast the fever two or three days, but cough and expectoration may not disappear for some time.
It is stimulant, diaphoretic, and expectorant; is used in quinsy, and by the native doctors of Travancore in catarrhal affections.
In the nose the sneezing, the discharge, the obstructive swelling suggest at once catarrhal rhinitis.
catarrhal laryngitis, or pseudo-croup, is a feverish disease.
This in its mildest form is catarrhal or erythematous, and is attended only by slight swelling tenderness and salivation.
Almost all catarrhal affections of the respiratory organs are due to chills.
catarrh ca·tarrh (kə-tär')
Inflammation of mucous membranes, especially of the nose and throat.