Definition of Tetanics

1. Noun. (medicine dated) A class of diseases of the nerves that affect the spinal cord. ¹



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Definition of Tetanics

1. tetanic [n] - See also: tetanic

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tetanics

testudineous
testudo
testudos
testy
tetanal
tetani
tetania
tetania gastrica
tetania gravidarum
tetania neonatorum
tetania parathyreopriva
tetanic
tetanic convulsion
tetanical
tetanically
tetanics (current term)
tetanies
tetaniform
tetanigenous
tetanilla
tetanin
tetanise
tetanised
tetanises
tetanising
tetanism
tetanization
tetanizations
tetanize
tetanized

Literary usage of Tetanics

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1. Materia Medica and Therapeutics by Martyn Paine (1848)
"tetanics, In the order of their value. Remedies of this class have the effect of developing the nervous power in such violence as to produce convulsions in ..."

2. New Remedies: An Illustrated Monthly Trade Journal of Materia Medica edited by Horatio Charles Wood, Frederick Albert Castle, Charles Rice (1877)
"We shall now proceed to examine the distribution of tetanic poisons in the various natural orders. And here we find that the spinal tetanics are exclusively ..."

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