chlorosis

[ klaw-roh-sis, kloh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chlorosis
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The color index is most significant in chlorosis and pernicious anemia.

Iron and Aloetic purges may be prescribed in Chlorosis and Amenorrha.

An excellent medicine in chlorosis, hysteria, and atonic amenorrha.

It is only moderately productive and for some years has been affected with chlorosis.

Recommended as a restorative in debility, chlorosis, and other diseases of debility, especially those of a nervous character.

Chlorosis is the type of anaemias from imperfect blood-formation.

The French growers report that stivalis is very liable to chlorosis on soils which contain much lime.

To save the family honor, the girl is promptly placed in the hands of a quack who treats her for chlorosis.

Chlorosis, or green sickness, is very often caused by the unholy practice under consideration.

Thus, the association between gastralgia, chlorosis, and hysteria is a matter of common observation.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CHLOROSIS

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