Definition of Hemoptyses

1. Noun. (plural of hemoptysis) ¹



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Definition of Hemoptyses

1. hemoptysis [n] - See also: hemoptysis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hemoptyses

hemophilia
hemophilia A
hemophilia B
hemophiliacs
hemophilias
hemophilic
hemophilics
hemophobia
hemophobias
hemopoieses
hemopoiesis
hemopoietic
hemoprotein
hemoproteins
hemoptyses (current term)
hemoptysis
hemorheology
hemorrhage
hemorrhaged
hemorrhages
hemorrhagic
hemorrhagic cyst
hemorrhagic fever
hemorrhagic septicemia
hemorrhagic stroke
hemorrhagically
hemorrhaging
hemorrhoid
hemorrhoidal

Literary usage of Hemoptyses

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1. Practice of Medicine: Containing the Homeopathic Treatment of Diseases by Pierre Jousset (1901)
"hemoptyses of severe fevers of the hemorrhagic form: variola, ... Outside of those varieties of hemoptyses based upon the abundance and the color of the ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1919)
"But those who treat many pulmonary patients have seen fatal cases of hemoptyses of non-tuberculous origin, many of which were confirmed by anatomical ..."

3. Contributions to Medical and Biological Research by William Osler (1919)
"He had never suffered from any other symptoms except the hemoptyses themselves. ... identical histories—numerous hemoptyses commencing in adult life, ..."

4. Diseases of the chest and the principles of physical diagnosis by George William Norris, Henry Robert Murray Landis, Edward Bell Krumbhaar (1920)
"The sputum may be blood streaked and at times small hemoptyses occur. The fever does not conform to any definite type. It may be absent, or hectic in type, ..."

5. Pulmonary tuberculosis by Maurice Fishberg (1919)
"... of arteriosclerosis and other varicosities, as on the legs, or hemorrhoids. These false hemoptyses have been described by many English physicians. ..."

6. Pulmonary Tuberculosis and Its Complications by Sherman Grant Bonney (1908)
"Long periods with but comparatively few and insignificant hemoptyses have been ... Others who have become more or less accustomed to occasional hemoptyses ..."

7. Pulmonary Consumption, Pneumonia, and Allied Diseases of the Lungs: Their by Thomas Jefferson Mays (1901)
"She had a chill recently, after which she coughed and had two copious hemoptyses. She has night-sweats, evening fever and loss of flesh, and suffers from ..."

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