praecox

praecox

Etymology: L, premature
pertaining to something that occurred at an earlier stage of life or development.

Patient discussion about praecox

Q. every time my friend eat, before she swallow it she gets severe heartburns and nausea. what causes this

A. She could be suffering from gastric acid problems and should try taking anti-acid medications (after consulting a doctor, of course). Also there's a simple test that can be done for a bacteria called H.pylori that makes the stomach produce more acid, and by taking antibiotics this problem resolves.

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In Phyllostachys praecox (early bamboo) stands with intensive management, long-term application of chemical fertiliser resulted in over-accumulation of soil nutrients, especially soil P (Jing 1999; Jiang et al.
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In 1911, Swiss psychiatrist Eugen Bleuler renamed dementia praecox "schizophrenia.
2003) report the presence of hyphae, vesicles, coils and arbuscules in the roots of Thlaspi praecox, Thlaspi caerulescens and Thlaspi montanum, which belong to the Brassicaceae family.
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leucaspis lateralis--C lateralis x x Thamnophius Thatnnophius praecox--H & C praecox E Percnostola Schistocichla caurensis--H caurensis (18) E Grallaria Grallaria dignissima--H & C dignissima E G.
American madness; the rise and fall of dementia praecox.