It says: "dilatation leads to dropsy, shortness of breath and blueness of the face."
It seems to be as applicable to the dilatation of the heart, as to that of an artery.
In the particular flowers now alluded to the tubular form seems due to a dilatation, and not to a cohesion of the margins.
There may be dilatation of the pupil, but this is not seen in all.
Further growth of the stomach takes place chiefly along the dorsal margin of the dilatation, rendering the same more convex.
The systole of the heart means its contraction: the diastole of the heart means its dilatation.
Very often what is recognized as congestion of the lungs is but a symptom of exhaustion or dilatation of the heart.
Formication and dilatation of the pupils are frequent symptoms.
The symptoms of dilatation of the stomach are common to both diseases.
The dilatation is due to interference with the venous circulation in the liver.
dilatation dil·a·ta·tion (dĭl'ə-tā'shən, dī'lə-)
Physiological, pathological, or artificial enlargement of a cavity, canal, blood vessel, or opening.