an intestinal disorder characterized by abnormal frequency and fluidity of fecal evacuations.
But we are not talking about treating children with diarrhea here.
You Probably Shouldn’t Try to Lose 20 Pounds by Eating Clay Kent Sepkowitz June 23, 2014
Ultimately, headaches, dizziness, and diarrhea sent her diving into a pizza.
The Crazy Baby Food Diet Gina Piccalo September 21, 2010
Some would say camping with diarrhea on a farm in the middle-of-nowhere-Tennessee is Stoopid.
Living by the Bonnaroo Code Daniel G. Hill June 11, 2014
B12 deficiency is associated with nausea, diarrhea, and paleness, all of which could apply to the gaunt Jobs.
What’s Eating Steve Jobs? Benjamin Sarlin January 5, 2009
Today his small body was seized by stomach pain and diarrhea, which had worsened as the afternoon passed.
When Everything Changed Gayle Tzemach Lemmon March 10, 2011
Various forms of dysentery or diarrhea have been attributed to infection with Giardia (Lamblia) intestinalis.
Food Poisoning Edwin Oakes Jordan
There are usually just two reasons for diarrhea—uncleanliness and bad milk.
The Mother and Her Child William S. Sadler
Bronchitis and pneumonia often complicate whooping cough in winter, and diarrhea frequently occurs with it in summer.
The Home Medical Library, Volume I (of VI) Various
Daily evacuations will not empty this cavity, nor will cathartics or diarrhea.
Intestinal Ills Alcinous Burton Jamison
No symptoms of the effects of caffein were observed until a dose of 1.5 gram was fed, when diarrhea was noticed on the next day.
The Toxicity of Caffein William Salant
late 14c., from Old French diarrie, from Late Latin diarrhoea, from Greek diarrhoia “diarrhea” (coined by Hippocrates), literally “a flowing through,” from diarrhein “to flow through,” from dia- “through” (see dia-) + rhein “to flow” (see rheum). Respelled 16c. from diarria on Latin model.
diarrhea di·ar·rhe·a or di·ar·rhoe·a (dī’ə-rē’ə)
Excessive and frequent evacuation of watery feces.
di’ar·rhe’al or di’ar·rhe’ic (-ĭk) or di’ar·rhet’ic (-rět’ĭk) adj.
Excessive and frequent evacuation of watery feces, usually a symptom of a gastrointestinal disorder. Severe, prolonged diarrhea can lead to dehydration.
The frequent passage of abnormally watery feces, which is a sign of illness.
to make (a liquid) thinner or weaker by the addition of water or the like. to make fainter, as a color. to reduce the strength, force, or efficiency of by admixture. to become diluted. reduced in strength, as a chemical by admixture; weak: a dilute solution. Contemporary Examples The other obvious way to help your […]
the act of or the state of being . something . Historical Examples Tables were prepared by means of which simple calculations for the dilution of any given latex could be made. The Preparation of Plantation Rubber Sidney Morgan For the second dilution it would take 10,000 drops, or about a pint. Medical Essays Oliver […]
pertaining to diphtheria. affected by diphtheria. Historical Examples When fever sets in within a few hours it means very much more frequently pneumonia than diphtheritic fever. A System of Practical Medicine by American Authors, Vol. I Various You’ve only got a weak chest, but I’ve got a diphtheritic throat! The Open Question Elizabeth Robins But […]
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an act or instance of , or of making a distinction. treatment or consideration of, or making a distinction in favor of or against, a person or thing based on the group, class, or category to which that person or thing belongs rather than on individual merit: racial and religious intolerance and discrimination. the power […]