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  • 161 БАРЛОУ СИНДРОМ — (Меллера – Барлоу болезнь, Чидла – Меллера – Барлоу болезнь, описан немецким хирургом J. O. L. Moeller, 1819–1887, а затем британскими терапевтами W. B. Cheadle, T. Barlow, 1845–1945; синонимы – детский скорбут, рахит геморрагический, цинга… …

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  • 162 ЦЫНГА — (от польского dziegna худосочная б нь), или скорбут (от голландского scheurbuik, skorbek язвы во рту), авитаминоз, развивающийся при длительной недостаче или отсутствии в пище витамина С. Цынга характеризуется явлениями общего геморагического… …

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  • 163 Βρεττανικά — Βρεττανικός scurvy grass neut nom/voc/acc pl Βρεττανικά̱ , Βρεττανικός scurvy grass fem nom/voc/acc dual Βρεττανικά̱ , Βρεττανικός scurvy grass fem nom/voc sg (doric aeolic) …

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  • 164 Cochlearia officinalis — noun a widely distributed Arctic cress reputed to have value in treatment or prevention of scurvy; a concentrated source of vitamin C • Syn: ↑scurvy grass, ↑common scurvy grass • Hypernyms: ↑cress, ↑cress plant • Member Holonyms: ↑Cochlear …

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  • 165 scorbutic — adj. & n. adj. relating to, resembling, or affected with scurvy. n. a person affected with scurvy. Derivatives: scorbutically adv. Etymology: mod.L scorbuticus f. med.L scorbutus scurvy, perh. f. MLG schorbuk f. schoren break + buk belly …

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  • 166 scor|bu|tic — «skr BYOO tihk», adjective. 1. of, having to do with, or like scurvy. 2. affected with scurvy. ╂[< New Latin scorbuticus < scorbutus scurvy < French scorbut < a Germanic word] …

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  • 167 scur´vi|ness — scur|vy «SKUR vee», noun, adjective, vi|er, vi|est. –n. a disease caused by lack of vitamin C in the diet. It is characterized by swollen and bleeding gums, extreme weakness, and livid spots on the skin. Scurvy used to be common among sailors… …

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  • 168 scur´vi|ly — scur|vy «SKUR vee», noun, adjective, vi|er, vi|est. –n. a disease caused by lack of vitamin C in the diet. It is characterized by swollen and bleeding gums, extreme weakness, and livid spots on the skin. Scurvy used to be common among sailors… …

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  • 169 scur|vy — «SKUR vee», noun, adjective, vi|er, vi|est. –n. a disease caused by lack of vitamin C in the diet. It is characterized by swollen and bleeding gums, extreme weakness, and livid spots on the skin. Scurvy used to be common among sailors when they… …

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  • 170 Antiscorbutic — An ti*scor*bu tic, a. (Med.) Counteracting scurvy. n. A remedy for scurvy. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 171 Scorbute — Scor bute, n. [LL. scorbutus: cf. F. scorbut. See {Scurvy}, n.] Scurvy. [Obs.] Purchas. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 172 scorbutic — adjective Etymology: New Latin scorbuticus, from scorbutus scurvy, probably of Germanic origin; akin to Old English scurf scurf Date: 1655 of, relating to, producing, or affected with scurvy …

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  • 173 Collagen — Tropocollagen triple helix Collagen /ˈkɒlədʒɨn/ is a group of naturally occurring proteins found in animals, especially in the flesh and connective tissues of mammals.[1] It is the main component of connectiv …

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  • 176 Limey — is an old American and Canadian slang nickname for the British, originally referring to British sailors. The term is believed to derive from lime juicer, referring to the Royal Navy and Merchant Navy practice of supplying lime juice to British… …

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  • 177 Timeline of medicine and medical technology — Timeline of medicine and medical technologyAntiquity* c. 2600s BC Imhotep wrote texts on ancient Egyptian medicine describing diagnosis and treatment of 200 diseases in 3rd dynasty Egypt. * c. 2596 BC¹ The legendary date of composition of Huangdi …

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  • 180 Jules Dumont d'Urville — This article is about the French explorer. For the French base in Antarctica at 64°40 S and 140°1 E, see Dumont d Urville Station. Jules Sébastien César Dumont d’Urville Jules Sébastien César Dumont d Urville (23 May 1790 – 8 May 1842) was a… …

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