Create issue ticket

233 Possible Causes for maide

Did you mean: madb

  • Influenza

    The maids are best in bed, and are all ill with the influenza.[thesaurus.com]

  • Tuberculosis

    Behind the maid looms a skeleton holding a scythe, a symbol of death.[smithsonianmag.com] The daughter of Euryanax, a maid, was taken ill of fever. She was free of thirst throughout, but had no relish for food.[ebooks.adelaide.edu.au] Consider the cartoon "The Trailing Skirt: Death Loves a Shining Mark," which appeared in Puck magazine in 1900: The illustration shows a maid shaking off clouds of germs from[smithsonianmag.com]

  • Dacarbazine

    The results of treatment with MAID were disappointing.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] MAID chemotherapy may be useful in the treatment of carcinosarcoma of the ovary.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] We reviewed the records of all patients who had received the MAID regimen for a gynecological sarcoma between 1993 and 2000.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Rheumatic Chorea

    Following features also present: The child relaxes hand grip on and off as if he is milking a cow (milk maid grip) When the hand is outstretched above the head, forearms tends[gradestack.com] On squeezing an examiner's hand the patient can only provide a repetitive, spasmodic grip which is overly pronated and is similar to the motion of milking a cow (milk-maid's[icd10data.com] Milkmaid’s Grip Milk maids grip is appreciated as an alternating squeezing and releasing of the finger like a milking motion, when asked to maintain a constant, firm grip[epomedicine.com]

  • Brain Neoplasm

    METHODS: Five patients with MAID from our files and 4 from the literature are presented. We defined MAID as a mass-like lesion, 4 cm in diameter.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] CONCLUSIONS: It may be difficult to distinguish MAID from brain tumor.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] BACKGROUND: Monofocal acute inflammatory demyelinating (MAID) lesions present as large masses that mimic brain tumors.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]

  • Agrostemma Githago

    Photos Corn Cockle - Agrostemma githago Family - Caryophyllaceae Also known as - The Corncockle, Old Maid's Pink This plant is poisonous Corn cockle was once a very common[brickfieldspark.org] Louis. old-maid's-pink (English, United States) Brako, L., A.Y. Rossman & D.F. Farr. 1995. Sci. Comm.[tropicos.org]

  • Feminization

    In a typical scenario, a male submissive, or sissy maid, is dressed in an often sexy and frilly maid uniform to help enhance the sexual thrill.[en.wikipedia.org] 448 3 264; 7,54 MB Bottom in corsett.jpg 294 435; 20 KB Chastity & black lingerie-mmlswl.jpg 640 480; 114 KB Chastity cage 2.jpg 3 008 2 000; 2,65 MB Cross-dresser in a maids[commons.wikimedia.org] My frilly lacy panties always get very moist under my maids uniform! i would like to thank you for the information and amusement Youve given me.[sissify.com]

  • Prepatellar Bursitis

    […] diagnosis) , Pre-patellar bursitis , Prepatellar bursitis, unspecified knee , Housemaids knee , Prepatellar bursa disease , bursitis prepatellar , housemaid knee , House-maid's[fpnotebook.com] […] bursitis (diagnosis), Pre-patellar bursitis, Prepatellar bursitis, unspecified knee, Housemaids knee, Prepatellar bursa disease, bursitis prepatellar, housemaid knee, House-maid's[fpnotebook.com]

  • Popliteal Bursitis

    […] diagnosis) , Pre-patellar bursitis , Prepatellar bursitis, unspecified knee , Housemaids knee , Prepatellar bursa disease , bursitis prepatellar , housemaid knee , House-maid's[fpnotebook.com] […] bursitis (diagnosis), Pre-patellar bursitis, Prepatellar bursitis, unspecified knee, Housemaids knee, Prepatellar bursa disease, bursitis prepatellar, housemaid knee, House-maid's[fpnotebook.com] The infra-patellar bursa is often referred to as "house maid's knee" because it can be caused by kneeling on hard floors a lot - a hint from the "Upstairs Downstairs" days[bonesmart.org]

  • Typhoid Carrier

    Speaking of typhoid, the infamous maid Mary Mellon was found to be a chronic asymptomatic carrier of typhoid and transmitted the infection to people consuming the food she[medicowesome.com] The account reads: "Mary, a maid-servant of the better class in New York City, in the summer of 1907 was working where several cases of typhoid developed.[whale.to]

Further symptoms