Definition of Toxemic

1. Adjective. affected by or otherwise relating to toxemia, organically poisoned ¹



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Definition of Toxemic

1. toxemia [adj] - See also: toxemia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toxemic

toxaemia of pregnancy
toxaemias
toxaemic
toxaemic jaundice
toxaemic retinopathy of pregnancy
toxalbumin
toxalbumins
toxanaemia
toxaphene
toxaphenes
toxascariasis
toxascaris
toxemia
toxemia of pregnancy
toxemias
toxemic (current term)
toxi-
toxic
toxic-waste
toxic amaurosis
toxic amblyopia
toxic anaemia
toxic cataract
toxic cirrhosis
toxic condition
toxic cyanosis
toxic debt
toxic debts
toxic delirium
toxic dumpsite

Literary usage of Toxemic

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1. Hydrotherapy: A Work on Hydrotherapy in General, Its Application to Special by Guy Hinsdale (1910)
"toxemic MYOCARDITIS In toxemic myocarditis, whether from diphtheria, scarlet fever, typhoid fever, pneumonia, or other infection, it is highly necessary to ..."

2. The Blues (splanchnic Neurasthenia): Causes and Cure by Albert Abrams (1911)
"AUTO-toxemic NEURASTHENIA. ABDOMINAL NEURASTHENIA. DYSPEPSIA AND NEURASTHENIA. SPLANCHNIC NEURASTHENIA. IN the preceding chapter, the cause of neurasthenia ..."

3. Modern Medicine by Julius Lincoln Salinger, Frederick J. Kalteyer (1900)
"... and from aneurysms, large cysts, and enlarged glands. (See p. 31.) toxemic JAUNDICE. This form of jaundice is called by some writers the hema- ..."

4. Pain and Its Indications: An Analytical Outline of Diagnosis and Treatment by Edward Curtis Hill (1904)
"toxemic.—Dull and heavy (pressure or throbbing) or sharp, frontal or occipital, more or less habitual and variable in location; usually afebrile (often ..."

5. A Text book of alkaloidal practice by William Francis Waugh, Wallace C. Abbott (1907)
"These occurring in individuals in whose hearts no lesion can be detected are possibly of toxemic origin, but the fact that the manifestations occur in the ..."

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