|chronic illness, disability, handicap, lengthy illness||invalidism|
|(about attacks of disease) recurring every fifth day, fever, fever or illness which recurs every five days, occurring every fifth day||quintan|
|(From French) psychological disorder of mind or emotion; impartial and old term for mental illness or insanity||folie|
|(Hebrew) scroll of religious writings; lengthy detailed explanation (Slang), Hebrew scroll, overly elaborate account||megillah|
|(Medical) of dementia (mental impairment due to old age or illness)||demential|
|(Medicine) blood poisoning, illness characterized by the presence of pathogenic microorganisms in the blood (also septicaemia), blood disease||septicemia|
|(Medicine) blood poisoning, illness characterized by the presence of pathogenic microorganisms in the blood (also septicemia)||septicaemia|
|(Medicine) chronic phosphorus poisoning (type of disease), poisoning by phosphorus||phosphorism|
|(Medicine) chronic progressive disease characterized by the formation of fluid-filled cavities in the spinal cord (causes motor and sensory disturbances, and paralysis), spinal disease that causes paralysis||syringomyelia|
|(Medicine) form of toxemia experienced by pregnant women (characterized by convulsions), illness during pregnancy||eclampsia|
|(Medicine) infection caused by parasitic bacteria from the genus Schistosoma (causes anemia, pain, and organ malfunction), bilharziasis, illness cause by blood infection, snail fever||schistosomiasis|
|(Medicine) type I diabetes mellitus, chronic condition in which the beta cells of the pancreatic islets produce little or no insulin (patients must regularly inject insulin to control blood sugar)||IDD (insulin-dependent diabetes)|
|(Pathology) siriasis, serious condition caused by excess exposure to the sun (characterized by fever, weakness, and possible coma or death), illness caused by too much sun, insolation||sunstroke|
|,(north england) brat, arrest somebody, be in a particular state, become, begin something, bring something, catch an illness, cause something to be done, conceive somebody, difficult tennis return, forms passives, gain access to somebody, have an idea,...||get|
|a trademark for a narcotic pain reliever used for severe injury, cancer, or chronic pain||Fortral|
|able to be diagnosed, recognizable, identifiable (as in an illness)||diagnoseable|
|abnormal enlargement of parts of the body (disease), disfiguring illness causing swelling, unreasonable growth||elephantiasis|
|abnormally high blood pressure (chronic condition whose cause is unknown)||hyperpiesia|
|abnormally high blood pressure (chronic condition whose cause is unknown)||hyperpiesis|
|absence due to illness||sick leave|
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