rhinolith

concretion forming in the nasal cavity

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  • Rhinolith — (Nasenstein), Inkrustation von kohlensaurem mit phosphorsaurem Kalk um einen in der Nase liegenden Fremdkörper …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Rhinolith — Rhinolīth (grch.), Nasenstein, Einkrustung von kohlensaurem oder phosphorsaurem Kalk, die sich um einen lange Zeit in der Nase langernden Fremdkörper bildet …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Rhinolith — Klassifikation nach ICD 10 J34.8 Rhinolith …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Rhinolith — Rhinolite Rhi no*lite, Rhinolith Rhi no*lith, n. [Rhino + lite, lith.] (Med.) A concretion formed within the cavities of the nose. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Rhinolith — A rhinolith is a calculus present in the nasal cavity. It is an uncommon medical phenomenon, not to be confused with dried nasal mucus.Rhinoliths can cause nasal obstruction, epistaxis, headache, sinusitis and epiphora. References# Retrieved on… …   Wikipedia

  • rhinolith — noun /ˈɹaɪnə(ʊ)lɪθ/ A calculus that forms in the nasal cavity. Dr. J. Middlemas Hunt […] describes a case of rhinolith. […]. This proved to be a small nasal calculus, weighing seven grains, and consisting mostly of sequestrum of bone …   Wiktionary

  • rhinolith — A calcareous concretion in the nasal cavity often around a foreign body. SYN: nasal calculus, rhinolite. [rhino + G. lithos, stone] * * * rhi·no·lith rī nə .lith n a concretion formed within the cavities of the nose …   Medical dictionary

  • Rhinolith — Rhino|li̱th [↑rhino... u. ↑...lith] m; s od. en, e[n]: „Nasenstein“, ↑Konkrement in der Nase aus verkalkten Nasenfremdkörpern …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • Rhinolith — Rhi|no|lith [auch ... lit] der; Gen. s u. en, Plur. e[n] <zu ↑...lith; eigtl. »Nasenstein«> ↑Konkrement in der Nase aus verkalkten Nasenfremdkörpern (Med.) …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • rhinolith — rhi·no·lith …   English syllables

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