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Definition of Mammitis
1. mastitis [n -MITIDES] - See also: mastitis
Medical Definition of Mammitis
1. Synonym: mastitis. Origin: L. Mamma, breast, + G. -itis, inflammation (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Mammitis
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1. A Text-book of the Diseases of the Small Domestic Animals by Oscar Victor Brumley (1921)
"mammitis. MASTITIS. Definition.—An inflammation of the mammary glands. The inflammation may involve one or more of the glands. ..."
2. Production and Inspection of Milk by Earley Vernon Wilcox, Hawaii Agricultural Experiment Station (1912)
"The effect of the presence of mammitis upon the quality of the milk depends ... Catarrhal mammitis affects the milk ducts. Their secretions thus become like ..."
3. Swine Diseases by Albert Thomas Kinsley (1914)
"Ablation of the entire tumor is the most rational and successful manner of combating and relieving this trouble. Tuberculous mammitis Tuberculous ..."
4. Pure Milk and the Public Health: A Manual of Milk and Dairy Inspection by Archibald Robinson Ward, Myer Edward Jaffa (1909)
"Cows very frequently suffer from mammitis associated with the presence of ... Sometimes in these cases'a history of a previous attack of mammitis may be ..."
5. The Journal of Comparative Pathology and Therapeutics (1888)
"INFECTIOUS CATARRHAL mammitis IN COWS.1 Symptoms.—The general condition of the animals is never affected, there being neither fever nor diminished appetite. ..."
6. Excessive venery, masturbation, and continence by Joseph William Howe (1887)
"... and Impotence—Effects of Emotion in Hysteria Simuli- tion of mammitis, Peritonitis, etc., by Hysterical Patients Graham's Bed for Impotent ..."
7. Foods: Their Composition and Analysis: A Manual for the Use of Analytical by Alexander Wynter Blyth (1896)
"If the local affection is at all severe, blood-cells, and occasionally a considerable quantity of blood may be found in such milk. mammitis. ..."
8. The Practice of surgery by James Miller (1857)
"... formation in the neighborhood of the gland; and, under such circumstances, cure may be readily effected by excision of the superficial tumor. mammitis. ..."