Definition of Cystitides

1. Noun. (plural of cystitis) ¹



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Definition of Cystitides

1. cystitis [n] - See also: cystitis

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cystitides

cystine disease
cystine lyase
cystine storage disease
cystines
cystinosis
cystinotic leukocyte
cystinuria
cystinurias
cystinyl
cystiphorous
cystis
cystis fellea
cystis urinaria
cystistaxis
cystitic
cystitides (current term)
cystitis
cystitis colli
cystitis cystica
cystitis glandularis
cystlike
cysto-
cystoadenoma
cystoblast
cystoblasts
cystocarcinoma
cystocarp
cystocarps
cystoceles

Literary usage of Cystitides

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1. Medical Diagnosis: Special Diagnosis of Internal Medicine by Wilhelm Olivier von Leube, Julius Lincoln Salinger (1904)
"Catarrhs of the bladder which are produced by stones in the bladder are distinguished from the usual cystitides by the more frequent complication with ..."

2. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1908)
"... cystitides show with overwhelming frequency, as the single infectious agent, Bacillus coli communis, the normal occupant of the intestinal mucosa. ..."

3. Urology: Diseases of the Urinary Organs, Diseases of the Male Genital Organs by Edward Loughborough Keyes (1917)
"The same is true of the colon cystitides. The cystitis of childhood, the cystitis of pregnancy, etc., are usually nothing more than names to hide a renal ..."

4. American Medicine (1906)
"On the other hand, certain observers claimed to have produced cystitis by ligating the intestine, and the not infrequently seen cystitides without known ..."

5. Texas Medical Journal (1908)
"Even the terrible cystitides of gonorrheal infection are cured by arbutin, which may be required in doses iip to 30 grains a day, continued for months. ..."

6. Gonorrhoea: Being the Translation of Blenorrhoea of the Sexual Organs and by Ernst Finger (1894)
"Many chronic cystitides, kept up by nutritive disturbances or cachexia, are only cured after recovery of the latter. VIII. INFLAMMATION OF THE RENAL PELVIS ..."

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