There are lots of bleeders here, but we mean to fend them off from him as well as we can.
From this circumstance the persons so afflicted are known by the name of “bleeders.”
The same conditions also appear in the diathesis of the “bleeders.”
In 1539 Benedictus noted the occurrence of hemophilia or bleeders' disease.
The practice of the bleeders continued in fashion in England until the beginning of this century.
As the whole population had recourse to bloodletting twice a year, bleeders or barbers were in constant demand.
In bleeders, the administration of sheep serum by the mouth has proved efficacious.
One most striking expression of nutritive degeneracy is hæmophilia or the diathesis of the “bleeders.”
Bleeders, like other degenerates, may have large families; the members usually have fine soft skin.
The temperature may rise to 101° F., or, in the large extravasations that occur in bleeders, even higher—a form of aseptic fever.