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ful·mi·nat·ing

(ful'mi-nā'ting),
Running a rapid course, worsening quickly.

fulminating

[ful′minā′ting]
Etymology: L, fulminare, lightening flash
(of a disease or condition) rapid, sudden, and severe, such as an infection, fever, or hemorrhage. Also called fulminant. fulminate, v.

fulminant

adjective Referring to an abrupt and severe onset of a new disease or condition, or deterioration of a previously diagnosed and managed disorder; the term usually refers to cancer or severe infection and would rarely, if ever, be used for trauma-induced conditions.

ful·mi·nat·ing

(ful'mi-nāt-ing)
Running a speedy course, with rapid worsening.

fulminating

Sudden, severe and following an intense rapid course. Fulminant.

fulminating

see fulminant disease.
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In our series 50% ileostomy was indicated in enteric and traumatic perforation, remaining 50% was performed in gangrenous ileum, tubercular ileum, malignancy rectum/colon and in fulminating necrotic colitis.
We investigated field cases of fulminating disease among 5 flocks of guinea fowl in France during 2010 and 2011; in all cases, the birds' clinical signs were limited to severe prostration, a dramatic decrease in water and feed consumption, and a daily death rate of up to 20%.
That's the one who goes around fulminating against abortion, bashing gays (or catering to the gay-bashers), frothing about family values, preaching for politically correct art, demonizing discarded U.
I shall continue to eat and drink what I like in moderation and scientists can go and fulminate in their laboratories to their heart's content (until some survey discovers fulminating is bad for you as well).
I AM probably too late to prevent the View of the North's circle of anti-Europeans fulminating about the woes of Portugal, but I write in hope.
Much of it has been uninformed, misinformed or downright subversive," he was reported as fulminating.
A visionary with a keen social conscience, Blake was here fulminating against the injustice meted out to such people in his native London.
Those of us who opposed Plaid Cymru during May's election warned that the party would spend much of its energy fulminating nationalist sentiment across Wales, rather than focusing on improving our public services.
Based on the story "Tintin in Tibet," the show features the key figures from the much-beloved series: the never-say-die hero, his trusty dog Snowy and the extravagantly fulminating Captain Haddock.
Dear Editor, - In fulminating against the Tory proposals to debar Scottish MPs from voting on English-only matters, Ian Austin MP is doing his constituents a disservice (Post, July 14)' and in claiming that the Conservative proposals will lead to the break-up of the UK, Labour is being irrational, if not dishonest.
If he's not telling husbands and wives that they can't use birth control, he's fulminating against the Scottish Executive's attempt to introduce effective sex education in schools.
The disease progresses quickly to a fulminating meningoencephalitis.