Definition of Ascarides
1. ascaris [n] - See also: ascaris
Lexicographical Neighbors of Ascarides
Literary usage of Ascarides
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Practical treatise on the causes, symptoms, and treatment of spermatorrhœa by François Lallemand (1866)
"Nurses introduce a suppository of lard into the rectum, under the impression that the ascarides come there in search of food, ..."
2. Clinical Diagnosis: The Bacteriological, Chemical, and Microscopical by Rudolf Jaksch von Wartenhorst (1899)
"ascarides. — In exceptional instances ascarides make their way from the intestine into the urinary passages. Their presence in the urine is usually brought ..."
3. The Dublin Journal of Medical Science (1839)
"On the Genus to which the Worms known by the name of ascarides belong. By O'BRYAN BELLINGHAM, MD, MRCS &c., Surgeon to St. Vincent's Hospital. ..."
4. The Medico-chirurgical Review by James Johnson, Henry James Johnson (1824)
"... arms showed that vaccination had taken—and, in short, both disease? went through the regular stages quietly and amicably together. 16. ascarides. ..."
5. A Practical treatise on materia medica and therapeutics by Roberts Bartholow (1899)
"If the ascarides extend up into the large intestine beyond the sigmoid flexure, a dose of santonin and calomel should precede the use of the ..."
6. Lectures, Clinical and Didactic, on the Diseases of Women by Reuben Ludlam (1872)
"In trichiasis of the vulva you may follow the treatment prescribed by Dr. Meigs, as quoted above. If the irritation is due to the presence of ascarides in ..."
7. The British and Foreign Medical Review: Or Quarterly Journal of Practical (1846)
"The ova of these creatures can penetrate every part of the body; for example, those of the ascarides may enter the lungs with the air at each inspiration. ..."