Definition of Sclerotics
1. sclerotic [n] - See also: sclerotic
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Literary usage of Sclerotics
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Diseases of the eye by George Edmund De Schweinitz (1916)
"Blue sclerotics may be associated with inherited syphilis and exhibit a remarkable hereditary transmission. In addition to the leaden color of the sclera, ..."
2. Physical diagnosis by Wallace Dickinson Rose (1917)
"Yellow discoloration of the sclerotics occur in jaundice from hepatic disorder. ... Bluish sclerotics occur in connection with chlorosis, in which they ..."
3. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1919)
"experiments on trypanosome keratitis in dogs, found a marked resemblance to the keratitis in man produced by the Treponema pallida. Blue sclerotics. ..."
4. The New York Medical Times (1896)
"It remains to be demonstrated if the descendants of the non hereditary arterio-sclerotics exhibit this sign. This we cannot absolutely affirm at present. ..."
5. An Index of differential diagnosis of main symptoms by Herbert French (1918)
"Both bones and sclerotics lack part of their proper matrix ; the diagnosis is easy, ... termed ' blue sclerotics with brittle bones,' is rare. ..."
6. The Diseases of Children, Medical and Surgical by Henry Ashby, George Arthur Wright (1896)
"When the jaundice in the infant is more intense, the sclerotics become tinged ; the urine stains the diapers, and bile pigment may be detected. ..."
7. A Treatise on Cholelithiasis by Bernhard Naunyn (1896)
"Appetite bad ; evident jaundice of the skin and sclerotics. ... Still some jaundice of skin and sclerotics. No gall-stones in stool. ..."