phlebotomus fever virus n.
An arbovirus transmitted by sand flies and causing phlebotomus fever.
[fluh-bot-uh-mee] /fləˈbɒt ə mi/ noun, plural phlebotomies. Medicine/Medical. 1. the act or practice of opening a vein for letting or drawing blood as a therapeutic or diagnostic measure; venesection; bleeding. /flɪˈbɒtəmɪ/ noun (pl) -mies 1. surgical incision into a vein Also called venesection n. “bloodletting,” c.1400, flebotomye, from Old French flebotomie (13c., Modern French phlébotomie), […]
[fleg-uh-thon, flej-] /ˈflɛg əˌθɒn, ˈflɛdʒ-/ noun 1. Also called Pyriphlegethon. Classical Mythology. a river of fire, one of five rivers surrounding Hades. 2. (often lowercase) a stream of fire or fiery light. /ˈflɛɡɪˌθɒn/ noun 1. (Greek myth) a river of fire in Hades
[flem] /flɛm/ noun 1. the thick mucus secreted in the respiratory passages and discharged through the mouth, especially that occurring in the lungs and throat passages, as during a cold. 2. one of the four elemental bodily humors of medieval physiology, regarded as causing sluggishness or apathy. 3. sluggishness, indifference, or apathy. 4. self-possession, calmness, […]
phlegmasia phleg·ma·sia (flěg-mā’zhə, -zē-ə) n. Inflammation, especially when acute and severe.