abscess of liver - a pus-filled cavity within the liver, usually caused by a biliary tract source.
anasarca - accumulation of fluid in various tissues and cavities of the body.
apnea neonatal -cessation of respiratory airflow.
ascites - results from high pressure in the blood vessels of the liver.
asthma- a disorder that causes the airways of the lungs to swell and narrow.
bilious fever - any fever that exhibited nausea or vomiting. Sometimes an intestinal or malarial fever.
blood-poisoning - septicemia, an infection caused by presence of bacteria in the bloodstream.
brights disease - Named after Richa5rd Bright, English physicianphysician, 1789-1858. A condition where the parts of
the kidneys that are responsible for filtering become inflamed and results in blood and proteins accidently leaking into
bronchial pneumonia secondary of measles - Infection of the respiratory system that affects the bronchial tubes
with patches on one or both lungs.
bronchitis - inflammation of the bronchial tubes.
bursting of a blood vessel - aneurysm.
cancer of the stomach - also called gastric cancer, is a malignant turmor arising from the lining ofthe stomach.
catarrh jaundice - Hepatitis A.
cerebral effusion - a stroke.
cerebral meningitis - inflamation of the membranous covering of the brain.
cholera infantism - a common, non-contagious diarrhea of young children prevailing in the summer months.
cholera morbus - illness characterized by cramps, diarrhea, and sometimes vomiting.
congestion - an abnormal or excessive accumulation of a body fluid.
congestion brain - excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood in the brain.
congestion of lungs - excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood in a lung or lungs.
congestion of stomach - excessive or abnormal accumulation of blood in the stomach.
congestive fever - Malaria
convulsions - A violent involuntary contraction or series of contractions of the voluntary muscles.
croup - inflamation arount the vocal cords, windpipe and bronchial tubes, a barking cough.
debility - physical weakness caused by illness or old age.
diarrhea - having at least three loose or liquid bowel movements.
disease of bowels - chronic inflammation of all or part of the digestive tract.
disease of the chest - catch all category for a chest related illnesses.
disease of the kidneys - catch all category for kidney related illnesses.
disease of lungs - catch all category for lung related illnesses.
disease of stomach - catch all category for stomach related illnesses.
disease of the throat - catch all category for throat related illnesses.
dysentery complicated by the puerperal state - diarrhea which contains blood in this case after childbirth.
eclampsia - an acute nervous affection attended by convulsions and loss of consciousness, afflicting for the most part
pregnant women and small children.
embolism - the sudden blocking of an artery or vein by a clot or obstruction which has been brought to its place by the
enteritis - inflammation of the small intestine.
epilepsy - central nervous system disorder in which the nerve cell activity in the brain is disturbed causing a seizure.
gastroenteritis - infectious diarrhea caused by a bacteria, virus or parasite.
general diability - loss of strength in the body.
heart disease - catch all for disease of the heart.
heart malformation - heart defect.
hematuria - blood in urine
hemmorrhage - bleeding
hydrocephalus - water on the brain, excess cerebral spinal fluid.
infantile tetanus - infection results from umbilical cord contamination during unsanitary delivery
inflammation of bowels - a group of disorders in which the intestines become inflamed. Two major types are ulcerative
colitis and Crohn's disease.
acute inflamation of kidneys - nephritis, either an infection or part of the auto-immune process.
carconoma of liver - cancer of the liver.
catarrhal pneumonia - an inflammation of the lung tissue associated with catarrh and with marked evidences of
inflammation of the bronchial tubes.
chronic inflammation of stomach - gastritis
chronic metritis - enlargement an hardening of the uteri
compression of brain - any abnormal condition resulting from hemorrhage, abscess, or tumor that increases
congestion of liver - liver dysfunction due to venous congestion.
influenza - an infection of the nose, throat, and lungs.
lockjaw - another name for tetanus.
malignant & sore throat - cancer of the throat.
marasmus - protein-energy malnutrition.
measles - A contagious eruptive fever with coryza and catarrhal symptoms, due to a virus.
meningitis - Meningtis is a bacterial infection of the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord.
old age - catch all term for death without knowing specific cause of death for elderly.
paralysis - loss or impairment of body functions.
paralysis of the heart - heart attack
peritonitis - inflamation of the peritoneum, a condition marked by exudations in the peritoneum of serum, fibrin, cells
and puss. It is attended by abdominal pain and tenderness, constipation, vomiting, and moderate fever.
pertussis - whooping cough.
phthisis - A wasting away of the body or parts of the body.
phthisis pulmonalis - pulmonary consumption, a tuberculosis of the lungs.
pneumonia - Inflamation of the lungsespecially the disease known as croupous or lobar pneumonia.
pulmonary phthisis - form of TB.
pulmonary consumption - phthisis pulmonalis (see above).
remittent fever - reoccuring fever.
rheumatic carditis - acute rheumatic fever.
rubella - German measles caused by the rubella virus.
rupture of uterious - occus usually during parturiion and due o human intervention.
septicemia - Presence in the blood of bacterial toxins.
spasm - a sudden, involuntary contraction of a muscle, a group of muscles, or an organ.
stillborn - fetus died in the uterus after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
syphilis - A venereal disease,.
tetanus - a serious bacterial disease that affects the nervous system, leading to painful muscle contractions
characterized by a prolonged contraction particularly of jaw and neck muscles.
trismus nascentium - lock-jaw of infants.
tubercular mennigitis - TB meningitis, when tuberculois bacteria invade themembranes and fluid surrounding the
brain and spinal cord.
tuberculosis - Pertaining to or affected with tuberculosis: tuberculotic; caused by the Mycobacterium tuberculosis.
tumor - an abnormal growth of body tissue. Tumors can be cancerous or noncancerious.
typhoid fever - life threatening illness caused by the bacterium Salmonella Typhi. transmitted by the ingestion of food
or water contaminated with the Salmonella typhimurium.
vascular disease of the heart - disease of the heart blood vessels.
whooping cough - an infectious disease characterized by catarrh of the respiratory tract and pecular paroxyams of
cough, ending in a prolonged crowing or whooping respiration.
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