any of several beetles having a golden luster, as a chrysomelid, Metriona bicolor, that feeds on morning glories and roses.
any American beetle of the family Chrysomelidae having a bright metallic lustre
[gohld-bur-ger] /ˈgoʊld bɜr gər/ noun 1. Joseph, 1874–1929, U.S. physician, born in Austria: discovered the cause of and treatment for pellagra. Goldberger (gōld’bər-gər) Hungarian-born American physician who investigated the cause and treatment of pellagra. He demonstrated that contrary to common belief, pellagra was not an infectious disease but a nutritional disorder caused by an unbalanced […]
[gohld-bur-gee-uh n] /goʊldˈbɜr gi ən/ adjective 1. .
- Goldblatt kidney
Goldblatt kidney Gold·blatt kidney (gōld’blāt’) n. A kidney whose arterial blood supply has been reduced, associated with arterial hypertension.
- Goldblatt phenomenon
Goldblatt phenomenon n. Hypertension occurring as a result of the partial occlusion of a renal artery.