respirophasic pain

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respirophasic pain

pain, often mistakenly termed pleuritic, which occurs or worsens synchronously with the respiratory cycle.
Synonym(s): pleuritic pain
[L. re-spiro, to breathe, + G. phasis, recurring appearance, as of a star, fr. phaino, to appear, + -ic]
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