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morbus

(ˈmɔːbəs)
n
(Medicine) a disease
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Danglars by the unexpected appearance of the brigade of soldiers, and by the disclosure which had followed, the mansion was deserted with as much rapidity as if a case of plague or of cholera morbus had broken out among the guests.
The last twenty-four hours we staid in Damascus I lay prostrate with a violent attack of cholera, or cholera morbus, and therefore had a good chance and a good excuse to lie there on that wide divan and take an honest rest.
- caught a wretched cold washing him in the Styx - and after all he gave me the cholera morbus."
Osteoarthritis (OA, morbus degenerativus articulorum, osteoarthrosis) is characterized by progressive degradation and loss of articular cartilage as well as abnormal bone growth and remodeling, located directly under the cartilage.
Uber eine bisher nicht beschriebene eigenthumliche Arterienkrankung (Periarteritis Nodosa), die mit Morbus Brightii und fortschreitender allgemeiner Muskellahmung einhergeht.
This study involved 47 patients of multibacillary leprosy patients aged five until 65 years old that came to Morbus Hansen Subdivision Dermatology Polyclinic that came in period of the study and taken consecutively following the inclusion and exclusion criteria.
The triple-negative MPD cases described here can pose diagnostic difficulties for pathologists, especially in the differential diagnosis of Morbus Bowen or melanoma in situ.