Tracheitis
Tracheitis Tra`che*i"tis (tr[=a]`k[-e]*[imac]"t[i^]s), n. [NL. See {Trachea}; {-itis}.] (Med.) Inflammation of the trachea, or windpipe. [1913 Webster]

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  • Tracheitis — (also known as Bacterial tracheitis or Acute bacterial tracheitis ) is a bacterial infection of the trachea and is capable of producing airway obstruction.One of the most common causes is Staphylococcus aureus and often follows a recent viral… …   Wikipedia

  • Tracheītis — (gr.), Luftröhrenentzündung, Bräune u. Bronchitis. T. membranacĕa, s. exsudatīva, s. humĭda, Croup. T. serōsa, Katarrh, katarrhalische Entzündung der Luftröhre. T. suppuratorĭa, Eiterung der Luftröhre. T. ulcerōsa, T. phthisĭca,… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Tracheītis — (griech.), Luftröhrenentzündung …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Tracheitis — Tracheītis (grch.), Entzündung, Katarrh der Luftröhre …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • tracheitis — [trā΄kē īt′is] n. [ModL: see TRACHEA & ITIS] inflammation of the trachea …   English World dictionary

  • Tracheitis — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 J04.1 Akute Tracheitis J04.2 Akute Laryngotracheitis J42 Nich …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • tracheitis — Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the trachea. SYN: trachitis. [trachea + G. itis, inflammation] * * * tra·che·itis .trā kē īt əs n inflammation of the trachea * * * n. inflammation of the trachea, usually sec …   Medical dictionary

  • tracheitis — n. inflammation of the trachea, usually secondary to bacterial or viral infection in the nose or throat. Tracheitis causes soreness in the chest and a painful cough and is often associated with bronchitis. In babies it can cause asphyxia,… …   The new mediacal dictionary

  • tracheitis — noun Etymology: New Latin Date: 1859 inflammation of the trachea …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • tracheitis — /tray kee uy tis/, n. Pathol. inflammation of the trachea. [1835 45; TRACHE(A) + ITIS] * * * Inflammation and infection of the trachea. Inhaled irritants can injure the tracheal lining and increase the chance of infection (bacterial or viral).… …   Universalium

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