Definition of Claudications
1. claudication [n] - See also: claudication
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Claudications
Literary usage of Claudications
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1915)
"... although they have also been called intermittent claudications. We have two such cases now at the German Hospital; one a man from Galveston, Texas, ..."
2. The Edinburgh Philosophical Journal by David Brewster, Royal Society of Edinburgh, Robert Jameson, Wernerian Natural History Society (1825)
"... to fix the attention upon a disease which is the cause of the greater number of those incurable claudications, which baffle the skill of the physician. ..."
3. Diseases of the nervous system: For the General Practitioner and Student by Alfred Gordon (1913)
"As to the clinical forms of intermittent claudications the following are observed: (1) Mild form, in which the entire condition consists of a sensation of ..."
4. Nouveau dictionnaire pratique de médecine, de chirurgie, et d'hygiène by Henri Marie Bouley, Jean Reynal, Andrè Sanson (1856)
"Ainsi, par exemple, dans les claudications déterminées par l'oblitération des ... De même dans les cas de paralysie locale et d'autres claudications, qui, ..."