Definition of Typhoidal

1. Adjective. Of, pertaining to, or afflicted with typhoid fever ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Typhoidal

1. [adj]

Medical Definition of Typhoidal

1. Relating to or resembling typhoid fever. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Typhoidal

typhlostomy
typhlotomy
typho-
typhoean
typhogenic
typhoid
typhoid-paratyphoid A and B vaccine
typhoid bacillus
typhoid bacteriophage
typhoid cholera
typhoid fever
typhoid pleurisy
typhoid pneumonia
typhoid septicaemia
typhoid vaccine
typhoidal (current term)
typhoidin
typhoidins
typhoids
typholysin
typhomalarial
typhomania
typhon
typhonic
typhons
typhoon
typhoon fifth
typhoon fifths
typhoonlike
typhoons

Literary usage of Typhoidal

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1. Differential Diagnosis by Richard Clarke Cabot (1912)
"Mental symptoms, of the type usually referred to as neurotic or neurasthenic, constitute one of the varieties of post-typhoidal psychosis, ..."

2. Living Anatomy and Pathology: The Diagnosis of Diseases in Early Life by the by Thomas Morgan Rotch (1910)
"typhoidal Osteomyelitis, child, age eight years IX 218. Osteomyelitis of the Lower End of the Radius, boy, age six years IX 219. Osteomyelitis of Lower Arm ..."

3. Clinical Journal (1898)
"... facial artery standing out from the edge of the gap, thickened and wide operation ; but it shows clearly the half-conscious typhoidal look of the child, ..."

4. Essays on the Secretory and the Excito-secretory System of Nerves in Their by Henry Fraser Campbell, American Medical Association (1857)
"3 As first developed in an essay entitled: "An Inquiry into the Nature of typhoidal Fevers, based upon a Consideration of their History and Pathology," ..."

5. Transactions of the American Pediatric Society by American Pediatric Society (1902)
"The rupture at the umbilicus was due to a weakness at this point owing, no doubt, to a congenital defect. typhoidal ..."

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