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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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Relacion de los huerfanos despues de la epidemia del colera morbus en el pueblo de Uaymas y de los fallecidos en el pueblo de Ticum.
Prior studies have found that AI patients had a lower quality of life than did patients with other chronic skin diseases such as acne vulgaris, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, alopecia, Darier's disease, and morbus Hailey-Hailey, the researchers noted.
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Historically, it is believed that the name originated from a poem written by Hieronymus Fracastorius in 1503, entitled Syphilis Sive Morbus Gallicus, which translates as "Syphilis or the French Disease" (5).
A syndrome characterized by ectodermal dysplasia, polydactyly, chondro-dysplasia and congenital morbus cordis.
x000DC;ber eine bisher nicht beschriebene eigenthümliche Arterienerkrankung (Periarteritis nodosa), die mit Morbus Brightii und rapid fortschreitender, allgemeiner Muskellahmung einhergeht.
durante la epidemia de colera morbus que ese ano asedio al pais .
Therapie des aktiven Morbus Crohn mit Boswellia serrata extract H 15.