Definition of Lithemia

1. an excess of uric acid in the blood [n -S] : LITHEMIC [adj]



Lexicographical Neighbors of Lithemia

lith-
lithaemia
lithaemias
lithagogue
lithagogues
lithal
litharge
litharges
lithargyrum
lithate
lithates
lithe
lithectomy
lithed
lithely
lithemia (current term)
lithemias
lithemic
litheness
lithenesses
lither
litherly
litherness
lithes
lithesome
lithest
lithia
lithia water
lithian
lithias

Literary usage of Lithemia

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

1. A Text-book of the practice of medicine by James Meschter Anders (1911)
"lithemia. Definition.—A condition due to a disturbed cellular metabolism. ... My purpose in describing lithemia is that the common error may be avoided of ..."

2. Essentials of Diagnosis by Solomon Solis-Cohen, Augustus Adolph Eshner (1902)
"What are the clinical features of lithemia ? ... lithemia manifests itself by varied symptoms, among which are sallowness or abnormal redness of complexion, ..."

3. Diet in Health and Disease by Julius Friedenwald, John Ruhräh (1919)
"lithemia.—THE SO-CALLED URIC-ACID DIATHESIS The factors in the causation of this disease are heredity, a too abundant and a too rich diet, and an inactive ..."

4. Modern Medicine by Julius Lincoln Salinger, Frederick J. Kalteyer (1900)
"The pathology is similar to that of gout, except that the joints are not particularly involved, and it is probable that lithemia is due to an accumulation ..."

5. A Text-book of the Practice of Medicine by Allen Corson Cowperthwaite, N. B. Delamater (1901)
"Definition— The term " lithemia " is applied to a not-well-understood condition ... Murchison first used the term " lithemia" to designate symptoms due to ..."

6. The Eclectic Practice of Medicine by Rolla L. Thomas (1906)
"Heredity must not be overlooked as a predisposing factor; tht patient coming into the world handicapped by enfeeblement of every organ, lithemia naturally ..."

7. The Practice of Medicine by Homer Valmore Halbert (1905)
"In many cases complete relief may be obtained in the same way with wet dressings of a saturated boracic acid solution. lithemia. ..."

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