Definition of Toxic condition

1. Noun. The physiological state produced by a poison or other toxic substance.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toxic Condition

toxaphenes
toxascariasis
toxascaris
toxemia
toxemia of pregnancy
toxemias
toxemic
toxi-
toxic
toxic-waste
toxic amaurosis
toxic amblyopia
toxic anaemia
toxic cataract
toxic cirrhosis
toxic condition (current term)
toxic cyanosis
toxic debt
toxic debts
toxic delirium
toxic dumpsite
toxic effect
toxic epidermal necrolysis
toxic equivalent
toxic goiter
toxic haemoglobinuria
toxic hydrocephalus
toxic industrial waste
toxic megacolon
toxic multinodular goiter

Literary usage of Toxic condition

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1. American Medicine (1908)
"Here the study of the cerebro-spinal fluid reveals a toxic condition due in ... There is a well defined auto-toxic condition known as acid-intoxication. ..."

2. Medical Communications of the Massachusetts Medical Society by Massachusetts Medical Society (1901)
"In the one instance the abnormal and toxic condition may result in a simple congestion only of the intermuscular plains, with an undue pressure upon the ..."

3. The American Journal of Insanity by New York (State). State Lunatic Asylum (1906)
"That it is a toxic condition seems to be conceded; that it may be a toxic condition operating upon the central or peripheral nervous system, or both, ..."

4. Clinical Journal (1896)
"The enlarged spleen, occasional fever, hemorrhagic tendency, fit in with this view ; there is a toxic condition of the blood present. ..."

5. The Narcotic Drug Diseases and Allied Ailments: Pathology, Pathogenesis, and by George Eugene Pettey (1913)
"In order to successfully treat any acute ailment occurring in an alcoholic subject, the toxic condition incident to the use of alcohol must be vigorously ..."

6. Medical Communications by Massachusetts Medical Society (1901)
"In the one instance the abnormal and toxic condition may result in a simple congestion only of the intermuscular plains, with an undue pressure upon the ..."

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