Definition of Congestions

1. Noun. (plural of congestion) ¹



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Definition of Congestions

1. congestion [n] - See also: congestion

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Congestions

conger
conger eel
conger eels
congeries
congers
conges
congest
congestant
congested
congestee
congestees
congestible
congesting
congestion
congestions (current term)
congestiparous
congestive
congestive cardiomyopathy
congestive cirrhosis
congestive heart failure
congestive heart failures
congestive splenomegaly
congestor
congestors
congests
congiaries
congiary
congii

Literary usage of Congestions

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1. Thyroid and Thymus by André Crotti (1922)
"congestions OF THE THYROID. Possibly more than any other organ the thyroid is ... Physiological congestions are observed most frequently in women and ..."

2. The Hand Book of Hydropathy: For Professional and Domestic Use: with an by Josef Weiss (1849)
"ON congestions IN GENERAL. By this term, we understand disturbances of the ... congestions are generally met wiih in organs plentifully supplied with blood, ..."

3. Radio-diagnosis of Pleuro-pulmonary Affection by François Barjon (1918)
"congestions.—Pulmonary congestions are frequent and of very different forms. They always show a very perceptible diminution of clearness in the zone ..."

4. The Hahnemannian Monthly (1893)
"the symptomatology of congestions of the liver an augmentation in size is the most important sign. Percussion is inferior to palpation in determining the ..."

5. The Institutes of Medicine by Martyn Paine (1862)
"It is most apt to be attendant on chronic venous congestions, though, as the affection advances, or undergoes any sudden increase, it may become frequent, ..."

6. The Catholic Encyclopedia: An International Work of Reference on the by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne (1913)
"... fantastical and licentious manner of building: congestions of heavy, dark, melancholy, monkish piles, without any just proportion, use or beauty. ..."

7. Rational Hydrotherapy: A Manual of the Physiological and Therapeutic Effects by John Harvey Kellogg (1901)
"For pelvic congestions, very hot fomentations or a hot douche administered ... In deep passive congestions, alternate hot and cold compresses may be applied ..."

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