Definition of Lumbrici
1. lumbricus [n] - See also: lumbricus
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Literary usage of Lumbrici
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1855)
"In the colon there were also lumbrici.—Brit, and Fur. Med.-Chirurg. Rev. from Archiv, fur Pathol. Anat. bd. vi. heft 3. SURGICAL PATHOLOGY AND THERAPEUTICS, ..."
2. The Comparative anatomy of the domesticated animals by Auguste Chauveau (1887)
"The lumbrici originate at the right and the left of the perforan« tendon, above the sesamoid annular baud r,f the perforatus. They each terminate by a thin ..."
3. A Practical treatise on disease in children by Eustace Smith (1886)
"If, however, the nervous symptoms supposed to be produced by lumbrici must be ... As a rule, lumbrici become active at night, and may pass upwards into the ..."
4. Edinburgh Medical and Surgical Journal (1846)
"Abscess of the Groin with symptoms of Hernia, Discharge of lumbrici, ift. ... A poultice was applied, and on its removal next morning, two lumbrici, ..."
5. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1804)
"The use of bad provisions brought on a truly -wormy epidemic: the worms were the lumbrici; and the epidemic was, in many instances, fatal. ficu^ty. ..."
6. Modern medical therapeutics: A Compendium of Recent Formulae and Specific by George Henry Napheys (1879)
"These writers consider that as the diagnosis of lumbrici is always doubtful, it is best never to risk the irritating verm unless worms have actually been ..."
7. Treatise on the Diseases of Infancy and Childhood by Job Lewis Smith (1876)
"The anthelmintics described above have less effect on them than ou the lumbrici. Still, they may be administered for the expulsion of the former, ..."