barking cough

barking cough
лающий кашель

English-Russian dictionary of technical terms. 2014.

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  • barking cough — a barklike cough of children, seen in croup and other conditions …   Medical dictionary

  • cough — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ little, polite (esp. BrE), slight ▪ The butler gave a little cough to announce his presence. ▪ violent ▪ bad …   Collocations dictionary

  • Cough — A rapid expulsion of air from the lungs typically in order to clear the lung airways of fluids, mucus, or material. Also called tussis. * * * 1. A sudden explosive forcing of air through the glottis, occurring immediately on opening the… …   Medical dictionary

  • barking — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} adj. Barking is used with these nouns: ↑cough, ↑laugh {{Roman}}II.{{/Roman}} adv. Barking is used with these adjectives: ↑mad …   Collocations dictionary

  • barking — adj. that makes a barking sound; abrupt, harsh (about a sound); (British offensive Slang) very irrational, insane n. bark sound bɑːk n. outer covering of a tree; sound made by a dog; sharp loud cough; sound of a gunshot; type of sailboat v.… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • brassy cough — a cough with a metallic, barking quality due to inflammation of the trachea …   Medical dictionary

  • Croup — also refers to the rump of a quadruped and the crop of a bird. For the work of a casino employee, see croupier. Croup Classification and external resources The steeple sign as seen on an AP neck X ray of a c …   Wikipedia

  • Croup — A respiratory problem that occurs mainly in children, particularly from 2 to 4 years of age, due to an infection of the respiratory tree the larynx (voice box), the trachea (windpipe), and the bronchial tubes. The symptoms of croup include a… …   Medical dictionary

  • tracheomalacia — Softening of the cartilages of the trachea. [tracheo + G. malakia, softness] * * * tra·cheo·ma·la·cia (tra″ke o mə laґshə) softening of the tracheal cartilages, often as a congenital condition in infants or in patients of any age… …   Medical dictionary

  • croupous laryngitis — a condition seen mainly in infants or small children and characterized by a resonant barking cough, hoarseness, and stridor. Infection, allergy, a foreign body, or a tumor may be the cause. Laryngeal diphtheria was once a common cause but is now… …   Medical dictionary

  • croup — n. acute inflammation and obstruction of the respiratory tract, involving the larynx and the main air passages (trachea and bronchi), in young children (usually aged between six months and three years). The usual cause is a virus infection but… …   The new mediacal dictionary