- Cheyne-Stokes respiration (breathing sign)
- Cheyne-Stokes res·pi·ra·tion (breathing, sign) (chānґ stōksґ) [John Cheyne, Scottish physician, 1777â€“1836; William Stokes, Irish physician, 1804â€“1878] see under respiration.
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