Definition of Hydatids

1. Noun. (plural of hydatid) ¹

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Definition of Hydatids

1. hydatid [n] - See also: hydatid

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydatids

hydatid disease
hydatid fremitus
hydatid mole
hydatid polyp
hydatid pregnancy
hydatid rash
hydatid resonance
hydatid sand
hydatid thrill
hydatids (current term)
hydatiform mole: types
hydnocarpus oil

Literary usage of Hydatids

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Morbid Anatomy of Some of the Most Important Parts of the Human Body by Matthew Baillie, James Wardrop (1833)
"OF THE KIDNEYS. g29 hydatids of the Kidneys. THE formation of hydatids is not an uncommon disease in the Kidneys. There are sometimes one or two ..."

2. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1867)
"On March 28th, 1866, I obtained from Clare Market the liver and lungs of a sheep containing numerous Echinococcus hydatids; in some the outer cyst was ..."

3. The Principles of Midwifery: Including the Diseases of Women and Children by John Burns (1843)
"The remarks in a preceding section are therefore applicable here; but in a great majority of cases, hydatids are formed in the placenta of a blighted ovum; ..."

4. Chambers's Encyclopædia: A Dictionary of Universal Knowledge by ed Andrew Findlater, John Merry Ross (1868)
"These hydatids may occur in almost any part of the body, and they have been observed in man, the ape, the ox, the The so-called ..."

5. Lectures on the Principles and Practice of Physic Delivered at King's by Thomas Watson, David Francis Condie (1855)
"The wall of the cyst is laminated, and the young hydatids bud forth from between its layers. In the species which most commonly infests the human frame, ..."

6. A Practical treatise on the diseases of women by Theodore Gaillard Thomas (1872)
"Not only do the grape-like cysts, making up what is commonly known as uterine hydatids, differ from true hydatids in absence of the ..."

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