dysentry


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dysentry

See dysentery.
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Derek, 38, a shipbuilding supervisor, got amoebic dysentry and was bedridden for five days.
Sydenham's therapy consisted of a carefully regulated diet, fresh air in the sick room, abundant liquids, cooling drinks for fever, iron for anemia, mercurial inunctions for syphilis until the patient salivates freely, cooling air for smallpox, horseback riding for patients with tuberculosis to provide fresh air and exercise, his own laudman preparation for heart ailments, powdered deer horn (a form of line) fo dysentry, and cinchona bark for malaria.
But I found myself in my hotel room in Katmandu, Nepal, with a dosae of amoebic dysentry, which triggered a bout with Reiter's syndrome.
At lower altitudes, women are prepared to walk much further to taps for drinking water because the furrow water is not only polluted but also contaminated with amoebic dysentry and bilharzia.
Contamination by infectious agents from human and animal wastes led to cholera, dysentry, and typhoid epidemics.
Ghengis Khan didn't stop us wallowing in our own filth until we died of dysentry before our 30th birthday, but health and safety has.
Diarrhoea, dysentry Pterocarpus marsupium Diarrhoea, dysentery, Roxb.
The huge windows in the restaurant are an enormous asset and even the deposit left by a seagull that clearly had dysentry couldn't spoil our wonderful views of Rothesay Bay and beyond.
Subadar N'Saumi is bad with dysentry and I'm afraid will not last much longer and will have to be invalided.
Mark Farmaner, of Burma Campaign UK, said water was being polluted by floating bodies, spreading cholera and dysentry.
Sharmin fell ill after her first birthday, suffering from sickness, fever and dysentry.