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Definition of Dyscratic
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Literary usage of Dyscratic
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1. The Medical Times and Gazette (1861)
"The case was one of multiple dyscratic inflammation of the bones, and had been entirely unconnected with external injuries. The Surgeon, on the other hand, ..."
2. The Retrospect of Medicine by William Braithwaite (1858)
"He stated that the dyscratic condition of the blood was in some measure owing to the interrupted respiratory functions of the skin occasioning a defective ..."
3. Hull's Jahr: A New Manual of Homoeopathic Practice by Gottlieb Heinrich Georg Jahr, Amos Gerald Hull, Frederick Greenwood Snelling (1885)
"... rather than of red ; to prevent the action of the capillaries, and cause various ulcerative, scorbutic, and dyscratic capillary actions. ..."
4. Clinical Symptomatology by Alois Pick, Adolf Franz Hecht (1911)
"A. or B. + C. dyscratic autointoxication combined with that due to retention and résorption. Uremia in insufficiency of the kidneys. ..."