morphinism


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mor·phin·ism

 (môr′fē-nĭz′əm, môr′fə-)
n.
1. Addiction to morphine.
2. A diseased condition caused by habitual or addictive use of morphine.

mor′phin·ist n.

morphinism

(ˈmɔːfɪˌnɪzəm)
n
(Recreational Drugs) morphine addiction

morphinism

the condition produced by the excessive use of morphine. — morphinist, n.
See also: Drugs
Translations
morfinismi

mor·phin·ism

n. morfinismo, condición morbosa ocasionada por la adicción a la morfina.
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This is due to the disappearance of symptoms may increase the secretion of three of morphinism materials (Ankiflin, internal morphine, as well as Dinorvin).
At first sight, the terminology clustered around the words "alcohol" and alcoholism--with parallel terms "morphine" and morphinism.
Although well known as a psychiatrist and writer using the Freudian perspective, Csath never became the part of the Hungarian psychoanlytic movement, which was probably connected with his prevailing morphinism in the 1910's.