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  Catarrh - LoveToKnow 1911
On the other hand the catarrh may assume a more severe aspect and pass into some form of pulmonary inflammation (see Bronchitis) or influenza.
When the symptoms are first felt it is well to take a good purge, and to encourage free perspiration by a hot bath, some diaphoretic drug, as spirits of nitrous ether, being taken before retiring to bed.
The term catarrh is used in medical nomenclature in a wider sense to describe a state of irritation of any mucous surface in the body, which is accompanied with an abnormal discharge of its natural secretion, hence the terms gastric catarrh, intestinal catarrh, andc.
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 catarrh - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Catarrh, inflammation of any mucous membrane, especially of the nose and throat, with increased production of mucus.
Rhinitis, inflammatory disorder of the mucous membrane of the nose; nasal catarrh.
Rhinitis is characterized by a watery discharge from the nose...
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 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Catarrh
Catarrh, inflammation of any mucous membrane, especially of the nose and throat, with increased production of mucus.
Rhinitis, inflammatory disorder of the mucous membrane of the nose; nasal catarrh.
Rhinitis is characterized by a watery discharge from the nose...
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 ASK THE EXPERTS-CATARRAH
Basically "Catarrh" is the inflammation of a mucus membrane, especially those of the nose or throat, this in turn, causes excessive secretion of mucus.
Catarrh is caused by eating devitalized or processed foods; by eating many soft and cooked foods; by drinking with meals; and by poor elimination.
As catarrh is a general mucoid complaint, one must thoroughly cleanse the stomach, liver, and intestines.
www.blackherbals.com /Ask-Catarrah.htm   (423 words)

  
 Catarrh - Disease Elimination Channels
Catarrh is the universal symptom of imbalances in the body, indicating disease-producing processes at work.
Catarrh is always the first symptom to appear and it always indicates an excess of acids and mucus being developed due to tissue inflammation.
Catarrh can be caused by a deficiency of the biochemical elements, an imbalance or excess of them or a toxic irritant in the body.
www.healthwakeup.co.za /PRODUCTS/catara.htm   (274 words)

  
 Chap.10 - DRUG-FREE HEALING encyclopedia - ORTHOPATHY - Affections of the Respiratory System
Etiology: Hay fever, being seasonal, develops largely in the spring (rose-cold) and in the autumn (autumnal catarrh) and is said to be excited or evoked by inhaling the pollens of certain plants and grasses — ragweed, goldenrod, cedar, timothy grass, etc. The condition of hypersensitiveness to the toxalbumin of pollen is called anaphylaxis or allergy.
Catarrh is inflammation of a mucous membrane with hypersecretion of mucus.
Dryness of the throat and hawking from pharyngitis, deafness from catarrh of the middle ear, watering of the eyes from catarrhal occlusion of the tear ducts, and dull frontal headache from sinusitis, are the most common of these symptoms.
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 Applied Health Catarrh
Catarrh is an inflammation of any mucous membrane.
Catarrh, or symptoms which resemble those of a head cold, can be the result of chronic iodine intoxication.
The frequency of occurrence of cough alone, cough with sputum, morning phlegm, nasal catarrh and chest pain were found to be statistically significant only in the control group, contrary to expectation.
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 Symptoms Library :: Catarrh
Catarrh refers to any Inflammation of a mucous membrane, caused by one of many factors, including the Common Cold.
The symptoms of catarrh are well known to most people - progressive nasal obstruction, Inflammation of mucous pasSage ways, Polyps on mucous membranes, and Coughing.
Catarrh can be caused by five conditions - Hay Fever, cold viruses, rhinitis (Inflammation of nasal pasSage s), Bronchitis (Inflammation of bronchial pasSage s), and tracheitis (Inflammation of the trachea).
www.discountvitaminsandherbs.com /library_symptoms_catarrh.php   (316 words)

  
 Catarrh can be helped with by using certain pure essential oils, but it must be seen as an alternative therapy for ...
Catarrh can be helped with by using certain pure essential oils, but it must be seen as an alternative therapy for assisting with catarrh, and not to replace any medical treatment or medication.
Catarrh is the excessive secretion of phlegm from the air passage of the lungs, the larynx, the nose and the sinuses.
The causes of catarrh are colds, flu, hay fever, bronchitis, sinusitis and rhinitis.
www.essentialoils.co.za /treatment/catarrh.htm   (276 words)

  
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In chronic catarrh and should be given in IM dilution watery discharge from the nose, worse by dust and tobacco odour, tickling and itching in the nose.
Nasal catarrh with violent itching and obstruction in the nose.
Catarrh caries of the bane’s of the nose.
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 the Case history on a pedonosology: a respiratory catarrh, a bronchitis, a hemorrhagic vasculitis
The clinical diagnosis: a respiratory catarrh, a bronchitis, a hemorrhagic vasculitis.
A respiratory catarrh, a bronchitis, a hemorrhagic vasculitis.
It is possible to diagnose: a respiratory catarrh, a bronchitis, a hemorrhagic vasculitis.
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 Catarrh - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
Catarrh is commonly described as one of two things; either as an inflamation of the mucous membrane of the nasal wall and/or sinus, or as an intermittent discharge of sloughed brain mucus from the nose and mouth caused by an inflamation of the mucous membrane of the nasal wall and/or sinus.
This method of self diagnosis has been known, in some parts of the world, for as long as five-thousand years, the earliest verified example of the practice being the turin shroud.
To avoid developing the symptoms of catarrh stay as far away as possible from smoke and dust filled urban areas, and from pollen-rich rural areas.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Catarrh   (469 words)

  
 Catarrh(mono->remforcomail)
Catarrh is discharge from the nose brought on by a viral or bacterial infection, allergies, chemical irritants or dry air.
Catarrh leads to inflammation of the mucus membranes in the nasal cavity and/or sinuses and results in a stuffy nose.
Catarrh is caused by the common cold, allergies, rhinitis, hay fever and sinusitis.
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 Catarrh
Catarrh is caused by an irritation of the mucus membrane causing excess mucus (catarrh) to trickle down the nostrils and back of the throat to the chest.
Common cold, coryza, cold in the head, etc., these symptoms are evidenced by an inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, marked by an acute catarrhal condition of the nasal mucous membrane, a slight rise in the temperature, chilly sensations and general indisposition.
It is used for relief from arthritis, rheumatism, sprains, muscular aches and pains, catarrh, congestion, coughs, sinusitis, sore throats, diarrhea, colic, cramps, indigestion, loss of appetite, motion sickness, fever, flu, chills, and infectious disease.
www.althealth.co.uk /services/info/ailments/catarrh1.php   (1694 words)

  
 Catarrh Information
Catarrh is discharge from the nose brought on by a viral or bacterial infection, allergies, chemical irritants or dry air.
Catarrh leads to inflammation of the mucus membranes in the nasal cavity and/or sinuses and results in a stuffy nose.
Catarrh is caused by the common cold, allergies, rhinitis, hay fever and sinusitis.
www.herbalremedies.com /catarrh-information.html   (625 words)

  
 How To Get Rid Of Catarrh
Catarrh is a mucus discharge, which may be thick or thin and can become infected.
Catarrh is a symptom of a disease or infection.
When the catarrh is particularly thick and is blocking the nasal passages or causing pain, a warm compress may be applied to the face.
www.articledashboard.com /Article/How-To-Get-Rid-Of-Catarrh/167542   (664 words)

  
 catarrh-symptoms   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
Catarrh is an inflammation of the mucous membrane inside the nose.
Catarrh usually develops after a cold, flu or cough and can also be due to an allergy.
Sinusitis often follows catarrh and is associated with hayfever, asthma and air pollution.
www.healthcaremanual.com /respiratory/catarrhsinusitis/catarrh-symptoms.htm   (216 words)

  
 Hydrastis. - A DICTIONARY OF PRACTICAL MATERIA MEDICA By John Henry CLARKE, M.D. Presented by Médi-T ®
Clifton found this type of dyspepsia occur frequently in phthisical families, and often cured it; and even in cases of actual phthisis this type is not uncommon, the loss of appetite and "goneness" being especially prominent.
The characteristic catarrh is yellow (the leading colour of the drug) or white; tough and stringy.
─Catarrh of bladder, with thick, ropy mucous sediment in urine.
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 Catarrh – What You Need To Know
Catarrh is mucus blockage or discharge often caused by swelling of mucous membranes and by excess mucus.
Catarrh can also be a reaction to spicy foods, dust, cigarette smoke, over-dry air, or cold, damp conditions.
These bouts of catarrh are usually relatively quick episodes that tend to diminish as soon as the irritant is removed.
www.haveinfo.net /Article/Catarrh---What-You-Need-To-Know/11616   (717 words)

  
 Clinico-immunological aspects of vernal catarrh in hilly terrains of Himachal Pradesh R Bisht, Asha Goyal, Thakur, ...
Vernal catarrh occurs with the onset of dry, hot weather conditions and affects children and young adults.
The incidence of vernal catarrh was calculated on the basis of last five years hospital records.
Vernal catarrh is known to be a disease of children and young adults and in the present study the age of the patients varied between 7 to 30 years with the mean age of 14.3 years.
www.ijo.in /article.asp?issn=0301-4738;year=1992;volume=40;issue=3;spage=79;epage=82;aulast=R   (2099 words)

  
 cupids catarrh - Best FAQ Archives
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for catarrh   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
catarrh The Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Etymology...
The symptoms (fever, catarrh, skin rash and spots inside the mouth) appear about two weeks after exposure.
a highly contagious viral infection of the respiratory passages causing fever, severe aching, and catarrh, and often occurring in epidemics.
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 Catarrh & Sinus Problems
This is catarrh, which is the commonist symptom of a cold.
However it can be a problem if you have a constantly runny nose, and you can use a decongestant to make it more bearable, it can reduce the runny, red, sore nose part of a cold, and can help to minimise any secondary bacterial infection creaping in while your body is fighting the original infection.
The catarrh is still produced, but it now drains down the back of the throat without you noticing.
www.mypharmacy.co.uk /health_information/topics/c/catarrh/catarrh_sinus_problems.htm   (726 words)

  
 Do You Recognize The 7 Early Warning Signs Of Catarrh?
Catarrh is a mucus discharge or blockage caused by the swelling of the mucous membranes in the nasal and sinus passages.
Catarrh is usually associated with the common cold.
Seasonal allergies to pollen and moulds account for some catarrh while year-round catarrh may be attributed to allergies to dust or animal dander.
www.articledashboard.com /Article/Do-You-Recognize-The-7-Early-Warning-Signs-Of-Catarrh-/169514   (703 words)

  
 Disodium cromoglycate in vernal catarrh Bansal SL, Dhir SP, Jain IS - Indian J Ophthalmol
Bansal SL, Dhir SP, Jain IS. Disodium cromoglycate in vernal catarrh.
Vernal catarrh is an allergic disorder affect­ing conjunctiva and cornea.
Patients of vernal catarrh attending the Ophthalmic Outpatient Department of the Institute were selected for the study.
www.ijo.in /article.asp?issn=0301-4738;year=1980;volume=28;issue=4;spage=179;epage=181;aulast=Bansal   (886 words)

  
 CATARRH AND CORYZA
Is Coryza a secondary manifestation of symptoms of catarrhal condition?
Normally the term 'coryza' is used when the nasal discharge is thin, and also for the initial symptoms of 'cold'.
Catarrh is generally spoken of when the problem is of a chronic nature.
www.hpathy.com /homeopathyforums/forum_posts.asp?TID=4183   (558 words)

  
 Two Catarrhal Tales
For twelve months, since suffering from a viral infection, he had been troubled by a persistent gelatinous catarrh which tracked down from the back of his nose to the throat, and occasionally had to be coughed up.
Finally, she also had frequent bouts of rhinitis and catarrh, which had started with her pregnancy ten years earlier and manifested itself as blocked nose, occasional clear runny nose and also post-nasal drip with a nasty taste.
The catarrh was not present on waking, returned on starting to move around and was exacerbated by damp weather.
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 The Herb Finder - Ailments: Colds, Catarrh, Coryza   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
A cold is a disorder in the respiratory tract resulting from exposure, with catarrh and invasion of microbial cleansers.
Common cold, coryza, cold in the head, etc., these symptoms are evidenced by an inflammation of the upper respiratory tract, marked by an acute catarrhal condition of the nasal mucous membrane, a slight rise in the temperature, chilly sensations and general indisposition.
It is caused by viral or bacterial infection feeding on excessive or copious secretions of mucus (waste materials) often due to the body's inability to properly assimilate milk and concentrated starches.
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 NHS Direct - Health encyclopaedia -Catarrh
Nasal congestion or catarrh is one of the most common problems to affect the nose, and is usually due to infection (particularly the common cold) or allergies such as hay fever.
Catarrh is caused by the membrane lining of the nose and sinuses becoming inflamed and irritated.
This produces an increase in the amount of mucus produced in the linings, and there is a build up of this sticky secretion.
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 Causes of Death in the Late 19th Century
Asthma - A disease characterized by difficulty of breathing (due to spasmodic contraction of the bronchi) recurring at intervals, accompanied with a wheezing sound, a sense of constriction in the chest, a cough, and expectoration.
Catarrh (Catarah/ Catarrah/ Catarrh of Brain/ Catarrh of Head/ Catarrh of Stomach/ Catarrh on the Breast/ Catarrk/ Catarrk Pneumonia) - An inflammatory affection of any mucous membrane, in which there are congetion, swelling, and an alteration in the quantity and quality of mucous secreted.
Catarrh Pneumonia is an inflammation of the lung tissue associated with catarrh and with marked evidences of inflammation of the bronchial membranes - often chronic.
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