Definition of Prognosed
1. prognose [v] - See also: prognose
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prognosed
Literary usage of Prognosed
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Buffalo Medical Journal (1867)
"We diagnosed a, traumatic erysipelas of malignant type, and prognosed speedy death, unless our efforts were rigorously carried out and remarkably successful ..."
2. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1908)
"from which the Dresden physician rightly prognosed no instant danger, receiving from Wagner a brief note of thanks for his "cheering opinion" July 14 (see ..."
3. The Life and Labors of Bishop Hare: Apostle to the Sioux by William Hobart Hare, Mark Antony De Wolfe Howe (1912)
"... prognosed then that as I was young my heart would meet the defect by increasing its size and muscular capacity, provided I was careful and gave it a ..."
4. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1901)
"... in the excretion of urea and the eruptive outbreaks, so much so that a knowledge of the law regulating this will enable the crises to be prognosed. ..."
5. A Treatise on the diseases of the nervous system by William Alexander Hammond (1891)
"Sir William Jenner diagnosed, and, as will be seen, with perfect accuracy, a clot in the cervical portion of the spinal cord, and he prognosed, ..."