[strik-ni-niz-uh m] /ˈstrɪk nɪˌnɪz əm/
a condition induced by an overdose or by excessive use of strychnine.
(pathol) poisoning caused by the excessive or prolonged use of strychnine
strychninism strych·nin·ism (strĭk’nī-nĭz’əm, -nĭ-, -nē-)
Chronic strychnine poisoning, characterized by tremors and twitching, progressing to severe convulsions and respiratory arrest.
- Stryker frame
Stryker frame Stry·ker frame (strī’kər) n. A frame that allows an individual to be turned in various planes as a single unit without moving parts of the body separately.
noun 1. transliteration of the Greek name for the Struma
STS 1. serologic test for syphilis 2. shuttle transport system 3. Society of Thoracic Surgeons 4. space transportation system 5. star tracker sensor
ST-SAS septic tank soil absorption system