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Bright's disease   /braɪts dɪzˈiz/   Listen
Bright's disease

noun
1.
An inflammation of the kidney.  Synonym: nephritis.






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"Bright's disease" Quotes from Famous Books



... flour-mill. I remained at it longer than I ever had at anything. After a few months, however, it seemed that the close confinement indoors did not agree with me. Sitting in a stooped position over books produced a soreness in the muscles of my back and I imagined that I had incipient Bright's disease. I have since learned that the kidneys are not very sensitive organs and seldom give rise to much pain even in the gravest disease. I read up on kidney affections in the almanacs—oh! what authority!—and as I had about all ...
— Confessions of a Neurasthenic • William Taylor Marrs

... out a bit of the iris in a form of deep-seated eye disease, glaucoma, that tends toward complete blindness, is hardly more explicable; neither is an incision of the capsule of the kidney for certain forms of Bright's disease, each of which stays the progress of the trouble in ...
— Beacon Lights of History, Volume XIV • John Lord

... printing, to reproduce the fatal disease experimentally by excising the suprarenal capsules in animals. Addison was very modest in his monograph. He stated that the first case of the malady had been reported by his great predecessor at Guy's Hospital, London, Richard Bright, the describer of Bright's Disease. Then he talks about the "curious facts" he had "stumbled upon" and refers to an "ill-defined impression" that these suprarenal bodies, in common with the spleen and other organs, "in some way or other minister to the elaboration of the blood." In the ...
— The Glands Regulating Personality • Louis Berman, M.D.

... next on NAPOLEON, at Paris. He sent word, through OLLIVIER, that be wanted to see me. He looks old. Some medical man has put forth the idea that he has BRIGHT'S disease. An English attache just asked me whether that has any reference to JOHN BRIGHT. As the latter is a Quaker, the first symptom of this disease must have been shown long ago, when the Emperor said, "The Empire is Peace." I satisfied my friend, however, ...
— Punchinello, Vol. 1, No. 11, June 11, 1870 • Various



Words linked to "Bright's disease" :   glomerulonephritis, nephropathy, renal disorder, kidney disease, nephritis, nephrosis



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