fetor


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Related to fetor: fetor hepaticus, fetor oris

fetor

 [fe´tor]
stench or offensive odor.
hepatic fetor (fetor hepa´ticus) the peculiar odor of the breath characteristic of hepatic disease.
fetor o´ris halitosis.

fe·tor

(fē'tōr),
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fetor

/fe·tor/ (fe´tor) stench, or offensive odor.
fetor hepa´ticus  the peculiar odor of the breath characteristic of hepatic disease.

fe·tor

(fē'tōr)
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fe·tor

(fē'tōr)
A very offensive odor.
[L. an offensive smell, fr. feteo, to stink]

fetor

stench or offensive odor.

fetor oris
halitosis.
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Extensive sub- cutaneous necrotic tissues were removed and another 1000 ml of fetor purulence was drained out.
Other symptoms include fetor, epistaxis, sinusitis, headache and, in rare cases, epiphora.
In Moby-Dick, however, the Rose-Bud's ambergris afforded Ishmael subject matter for contemplating the polarities of fetor and attar, death and deliverance, coffin and life buoy.
Inside it's pitch black & the air is hot & wet with the sweet fetor of rotting grass.
the vivid sapphire of daybreak tainted by a vaporous, gorge-swelling fetor.
18,15 In current study breath with ammonia like odour, also known as uraemic fetor was observed in 45% patients.
Unpleasant taste was present among majority of the patients (86%) undergoing dialysis, whereas it was nil in healthy individuals followed by uremic fetor that constituted 31% patients undergoing dialysis.
Presenting Signs: 86% of the subjects (n=43) had Flapping tremors, 74% of the subjects (n=37) had Fetor hepaticus, 22% had Dupuytren's contracture (n=l 1), 10% had Parotid Enlargement, 66% of the subjects (n=33) had Dilated veins, 18% of the subjects (n=9) had Umbilical hernia.
Sex at midnight," I wrote, fume-nided in emu fetor, with gin dim, ".
7 Some of the patients have uremic fetor which is an ammoniacal odour caused by a high concentration of urea in the saliva and its breakdown to ammonia.
He endured each of the two smells he never could really accustom himself to-the fetor from incising the chest for an examination on a rotted human body was the first.
Oral malodor or fetor ex ore is a foul or offensive odor emanating from the mouth and is a frequent cause for patients to seek treatment.