Definition of Icterics

1. Noun. (plural of icteric) ¹



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Definition of Icterics

1. icteric [n] - See also: icteric

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Icterics

icosidodecadodecahedron
icosidodecadodecahedrons
icosidodecahedra
icosidodecahedron
icosihemidodecahedron
icosihemidodecahedrons
icosihenagon
icosihenagons
icositetrahedra
icositetrahedron
icositetrahedrons
ictal
ictaluridae
icteric
icterical
icterics (current term)
icterid
icterids
icterine
icteritious
icteritous
ictero-
icteroanaemia
icterogenic
icterohematuric
icterohemoglobinuria
icterohemolytic anaemia
icterohemorrhagic fever
icterohepatitis
icteroid

Literary usage of Icterics

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1. Metabolism and Practical Medicine by Karl Harko Noorden, Carl von Noorden, Isaac Walker Hall (1907)
"Hence the sweat of icterics contains, as a rule, no bilirubin; ... Mucus, likewise, contains no biliary pigment, and the sputa of icterics are, therefore, ..."

2. An Alabama Student and Other Biographical Essays by William Osler (1908)
"that he could go about the ordinary duties of life, nevertheless, the languor and loss of appetite returned, anti-icterics and ..."

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