tabes

[n] - wasting of the body during a chronic disease
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Tabes

Ta'bes (ta'bēz) noun [ Latin , a wasting disease.] (Medicine) Progressive emaciation of the body, accompanied with hectic fever, with no well-marked local symptoms. - - Tabes dorsalis (dôr*sā'lĭs) [ New Latin , tabes of the back], locomotor ataxia; -- som...
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tabes

<medicine> Progressive emaciation of the body, accompained with hectic fever, with no well-marked logical symptoms. Tabes dorsalis [NL, tabes of the back], locomotor ataxia; sometimes called simply tabes. Tabes mesenterica [NL, mesenteric tabes], a wasting disease of childhood characterised by chronic inflammation of the lymphatic glands of t...
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tabes

noun wasting of the body during a chronic disease
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tabes

(ta´bēz) wasting of the body or a part of it. tabes dorsalis. adj., tabet´ic., adj. tabes dorsalis a slowly progressive neurological disorder resulting from degeneration of the posterior columns of the spinal cord along with sensory nerve trunks, so that there ...
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Tabes

• (n.) Progressive emaciation of the body, accompained with hectic fever, with no well-marked logical symptoms.
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tabes

tabes 1. Progressive emaciation of the body, accompanied with hectic fever, with no well-marked logical symptoms. 2. A gradually progressive wasting or emaciation of a part of or the whole body. Tabes dorsalis (tabes of the back), locomotor ataxia; sometimes called simply tabes. Tabes mesenterica (mesenteric tabes), a wasting disease of childhood...
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Tabes

Tabes is a slow progressive emaciation.
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tabes

Type: Term Pronunciation: tā′bēz Definitions: 1. Progressive wasting or emaciation.
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