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Related to podagra: colchicine


Gout, especially of the big toe.

[Middle English, from Latin, from Greek podagrā : pous, pod-, foot; see ped- in Indo-European roots + agrā, trap, seizing; see ag- in Indo-European roots.]

po·dag′ral, po·dag′ric adj.


(Pathology) gout of the foot or big toe
[C15: via Latin from Greek, from pous foot + agra a trap]
poˈdagral, poˈdagric, poˈdagrical, poˈdagrous adj


(poʊˈdæg rə, ˈpɒd ə grə)

gouty inflammation of the great toe.
[1250–1300; Middle English < Latin < Greek podágra literally, foot-trap =pod- pod- + ágra a catching, seizure]
po•dag′ral, po•dag′ric, po•dag′rous, adj.


gout affecting the foot. — podagral, podagric, podagrical, podagrous, adj.
See also: Feet and Legs


n podagra m, ataque m de gota en el dedo gordo del pie
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