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rubric

 [roo´brik]
red; specifically, pertaining to the red nucleus.

ru·bric

(rū'brik),
Section or chapter heading, used with reference to groups of diseases, as in ICD.
[M.E. rubrike, title or heading in red, fr. L. ruber, red]

rubric

/ru·bric/ (roo´brik) red; specifically, pertaining to the red nucleus.

rubric (rōōˑ·brik),

n the heading in a homeopathic repertory that labels the symptom and the medicines that induce that symptom. In addition to symptoms, syndromes and their constituent parts are also included.

rubric

red; specifically, pertaining to the red nucleus.
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