tubercular

[ too-bur-kyuh-ler, tyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF tubercular

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In Denmark in 1894 over forty per cent were diagnosed as tubercular.

From what diseases is the tubercular syphiloderm to be differentiated?

In this way the tubercular masses and various other lesions are formed.

In a tubercular organism, the action of Vanadiol is two-fold.

Many of them were tubercular, and most of them were under-fed.

The first and second bicuspids have tubercular cusps, they being in line.

As I sat here a moment ago I heard at least a dozen tubercular coughs.

The seat of this tubercular disease is, in great part, in the lungs.

For the sake of the child it must be separated from its tubercular parent.

Another way to exclude all possibility of tubercular infection in milk supplies is to reject all milk from reacting animals.