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Related to morbus: Morbus Bechterew, Morbus comitialis, Morbus Crohn

disease

 [dĭ-zēz´]
a definite pathological process having a characteristic set of signs and symptoms. It may affect the whole body or any of its parts, and its etiology, pathology, and prognosis may be known or unknown. For specific diseases, see under the specific name, as addison's disease. See also illness, mal, sickness, and syndrome.

dis·ease

(di-zēz'),
1. An interruption, cessation, or disorder of a body, system, or organ structure or function.
See also: syndrome. Synonym(s): illness, morbus, sickness
2. A morbid entity ordinarily characterized by two or more of the following criteria: recognized etiologic agent(s), identifiable group of signs and symptoms, or consistent anatomic alterations.
See also: syndrome.
[Eng. dis- priv. + ease]

dis·ease

nosophobia, pathophobia.

morbus

/mor·bus/ (mor´bus) [L.] disease.

dis·ease

(di-zēz)
1. An interruption, cessation, or disorder of body functions, systems, or organs.
Synonym(s): illness, morbus, sickness.
2. A morbid entity characterized usually by at least two of these criteria: recognized etiologic agent(s), identifiable group of signs and symptoms, or consistent anatomic alterations.
See also: syndrome
[Eng. dis- priv. + ease]

morbus

[L.] disease.
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x000DC;ber eine bisher nicht beschriebene eigenthümliche Arterienerkrankung (Periarteritis nodosa), die mit Morbus Brightii und rapid fortschreitender, allgemeiner Muskellahmung einhergeht.
Therapie des aktiven Morbus Crohn mit Boswellia serrata extract H 15.
The analysis of these genetic variations in the HLA complex allows for the early identification of patients who are at risk of developing disorders such as Morbus Bechterew and other inflammatory diseases, and is thus considered to be an important part in preventing these disorders.
Morbus Morbihan 1957 yilinda tanimlanan, yuzun ust kisminda, orta hat uzerinde kronik rekurren eritem,oOdem ve daha sonra persistan sislik ve sonucta fibrotik endurasyon gelisimi ile karakterize bir hastaliktir (1,2).
Antiquitus enim dracones in hoc tempore excitabantur ad libidinem propter calorem et uolando per aera frequenter spermatizabant puteos et tbntes, ex quo inficebantur aeque, et tunc erat annus letalis, quia quicumque inde bibebant, aut moriebantur aut grauem morbus patiebantur.
Heimat und Holocaust: Aspekte osterreichischer Identitat aus postmoderner Sicht: Christoph Ransmayrs Roman Morbus Kitahara.
Tendovaginitis stenosans and Morbus Raynaud also must not be confused with true rheumatism.
The pandemic that swept North American cities in 1832 was caused by a comma-shaped bacterium, Vibro cholerae, known by various names including Asiatic cholera and Cholera morbus.
In the one older work in the show, Morbus Clausewitz, 1993--Clausewitz is the Prussian military theorist who said, "War is a continuation of politics by other means"--and in Oh My Oh My, 2007, a portrayal of the movement of troops at the Battle of Stalingrad, the claim to represent is pushed ad absurdum; the arrow as a symbol of force and movement is taken as an emblem of masculine potency, and signification meanders aimlessly into space.
1525), along with his medical text on relieving the morbus gallicus with guaiacum wood, El modo de adoperare el legno de India, published in 1529 (485).
The overnight attack means the vehicle, and another minibus belonging to Morbus, a community scheme offering reliable transport to registered people in Castle Morpeth, were taken off the road for a lengthy clean-up.
Die Bestimmung von Thyreotropin-Rezeptor-Antikbrpern (TRAK) mit einem Assay der zweiten Generation bei Patienten mit Morbus Basedow.