Definition of Nodosities
1. nodosity [n] - See also: nodosity
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Literary usage of Nodosities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Clinical Lectures on Senile and Chronic Diseases by Jean Martin Charcot (1881)
"... nodosities. — independent of gout. — Situated at the joints between the ungual and the second phalanges.— Lesions those of dry arthritis. ..."
2. Clinical Lectures on the Diseases of Old Age by Jean Martin Charcot, Alfred Lebbeus Loomis (1881)
"nodosities of Heberden—Independent of Gout—Are Located around the Articulation of the ... We mean partial chronic rheumatism and Heberden s nodosities. ..."
3. A Treatise on the Diseases of the Breast and Mammary Region by Alfred Velpeau (1856)
"Another variety of induration or tumour of the breast, unconnected with malignancy, is met with in the shape of nodosities or granulations; sometimes single ..."
4. The Senile Heart: Its Symptoms, Sequelae, and Treatment by George William Balfour (1894)
"1 The knobs are due to impurity of the blood, the nodosities to disease of the bone. Gout is peculiar to man ; rheumatoid arthritis he shares with the lower ..."
5. A Treatise on diseases of the skin by Samuel Lilienthal (1876)
"nodosities, blue-red, with desiccated points at tip, ... nodosities, large, with red swelling on nose. Cann. sat. nodosities on face. Cann. sat. Magn. c. ..."
6. A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke (1902)
"Eruption of small nodosities, at first red and confluent, the white and hard.—Painful eruptions.—Skin too dry and warm. 26. Sleep.—Sleeplessness. ..."
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