rheumatism

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Synonyms for rheumatism

any painful disorder of the joints or muscles or connective tissues

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a chronic autoimmune disease with inflammation of the joints and marked deformities

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Root is taken as a sexual stimulant [O], root paste is applied for rheumatic pains [T] and root juice taken by women during cloudy urination [O].
Also in the field is Jose Maria Olazabal, although he is not expecting great things after suffering a recurrence of rheumatic pains in his shoulder, back and leg.
Twenty normal persons(10 females and 10 males) with no previous history of any rheumatic pains and receiving no treatment, were tracked as controls, and their ages ranged from 20-45 years.
The double Masters champion returned in March from seven months out with rheumatic pains, but then decided to take another lengthy break from the game because of fatigue.
The 42-year-old has been sidelined because of rheumatic pains in his shoulders and groin and after withdrawing from the World Cup in November he said: "Even sitting down for any length of time has been painful.
The double Masters champion, out since August because of rheumatic pains, has been given a late sponsors' invitation to the Andalucian Open at Aloha, which starts on Thursday.
The EUR81-treatment uses peat wraps to treat a range of skin conditions and the makers claim it can also help with rheumatic pains and muscle ache.
ferruginea (Euphorbiaceae) is a subtropical medicinal plant widely used in traditional African medicine for the treatment of conditions such as rheumatic pains, headaches, gastrointestinal and urogenital disorders (Ayensu 1978, Addae-Mensah 1992).
The recipe reflects an old English tradition of adding nettles to beer as this was often regarded as a remedy for gout and rheumatic pains, as well as being a refreshing drink in spring and summer months.
The paste is consumed with warm milk for rheumatic pains and as a heart tonic.
1) Ebenezer Parkman had been suffering for weeks, the rheumatic pains that troubled him moving from limb to limb, his nights so tormented that his neighbors and adult children came in regularly to sit with him and watch.
n Avoid stress, which can exacerbate many rheumatic pains.
The Spaniard has only just returned to action after further problems with rheumatic pains and one of the main reasons Montgomerie agreed to take over from Nick Faldo was that he was still playing full-time on the circuit and therefore better able to assess potential team members.