Definition of Exhalents
1. exhalent [n] - See also: exhalent
Lexicographical Neighbors of Exhalents
Literary usage of Exhalents
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The North American Medical and Surgical Journal (1828)
"If the serous fluid given out by the exhalents was accumulated in certain reservoirs, and the exhalent orifices acted merely as sphincters to prevent its ..."
2. The Homoeopathic Theory and Practice of Medicine by Erastus Edgerton Marcy, Franklin W. Hunt (1868)
"At first view an inflammation or congestion of the serous exhalents would seem to be incompatible with general debility, arising from excessive loss of ..."
3. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1839)
"... he says, with considerable accuracy, that the primary effect of fever is sedative, and destructive of the energy of the capillaries and exhalents. ..."
4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1842)
"If the sympathetic constriction of the intestinal exhalents be very obstinate, the result, we may suppose, will be enteritis; if this constriction be less ..."
5. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1842)
"In replying to this part of his argument in support of his theory that salivary calculus is furnished by the exhalents of the mucous membrane of the mouth, ..."