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ful·mi·nat·ing

(ful'mi-nā'ting),
Running a rapid course, worsening quickly.

fulminant

adjective Referring to an abrupt and severe onset of a new disease or condition, or deterioration of a previously diagnosed and managed disorder; the term usually refers to cancer or severe infection and would rarely, if ever, be used for trauma-induced conditions.

ful·mi·nat·ing

(ful'mi-nāt-ing)
Running a speedy course, with rapid worsening.

fulminating

Sudden, severe and following an intense rapid course. Fulminant.
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The major complications observed in our study was skin excoriation 20%, excessive effluent 20%, wound sepsis 20%, chest infection 10.66%, fluid and electrolyte imbalance 10%, wound dehiscence 3.33%, minor anastomotic leak 6.66% and major leak with faecal fistula 3.33% and higher morbidity observed in patients with enteric fever, tuberculosis, mesenteric vascular thrombosis, fulminating necrotic colitis, delayed presentation, poor nutritional status, co-morbid medical conditions, hypertension, IHD and patients admitted in septic shock.
We investigated field cases of fulminating disease among 5 flocks of guinea fowl in France during 2010 and 2011; in all cases, the birds' clinical signs were limited to severe prostration, a dramatic decrease in water and feed consumption, and a daily death rate of up to 20%.
Senator) Bilbo himself, a notorious race-baiter who gives her local fame by fulminating against one of her editorials in the black Birmingham Truth.
Smith-like rage against corruption; rather, he took up an entire day of the Senate's time in 1957 fulminating against a mild civil fights bill.
After lambasting the teachings of the Catholic Church, President Duterte is now fulminating over its 'creeping influence' on the people.
I shall continue to eat and drink what I like in moderation and scientists can go and fulminate in their laboratories to their heart's content (until some survey discovers fulminating is bad for you as well).
Summary: The accord struck in Vienna to rein in Iran's nuclear activities has warmongers fulminating.
I SPENT the week fulminating against the failings of human nature.
Her function, after the worst of his fulminating had subsided, was to agree, first of all, with his point of view.
"Much of it has been uninformed, misinformed or downright subversive," he was reported as fulminating.
A visionary with a keen social conscience, Blake was here fulminating against the injustice meted out to such people in his native London.
Based on the story "Tintin in Tibet," the show features the key figures from the much-beloved series: the never-say-die hero, his trusty dog Snowy and the extravagantly fulminating Captain Haddock.