She said: 'My uncle was tubercular
and terribly thin, with a rattling cough and unhealthy pallor.
I wandered about the museum, then Bob McBreen, who was minding the place, took me outside to another piece of Cave Creek history, the tubercular
Unfortunately, until this time, no medication of this category had any effect on tubercular
The list included, famously, John Keats, who died in Rome, whence he had travelled, via Naples, on what became known as "the death ships", since these vessels carried the tubercular
to isolate the tubercular
(patient) as pleasantly as possible, from the general population.
At Papworth Sanatorium, the tubercular
patients also lived outside in little wooden chalets in the grounds - ice cold little boxes for these fatally ill p eople, which contained a bed and a few basic sticks of furniture.
Inthe wake of Robert Koch's discovery of a tubercular
microbe linked to tuberculosis, a flood of spurious remedies poured through the population.
It may be that he was tubercular
from birth; it was certainly the first indication that the great Tudor dynasty was not to be blessed with many healthy sons.
Ridgeon hands Dubedat, the tubercular
artist, over to an incompetent bungler, Sir Ralph Bloomfield Bonington (Tony Britton in superb form) simply because he is attracted to Dubedat's wife.
Accepting this Covent Garden commission, Weber travelled to fog-bound London to supervise and conduct its premiere, earning valuable funds to provide for his young family after the tubercular
death he knew this venture would hasten.
It was well known that saliva mixed with dust carried the tubercular
But for the tubercular
teenager, there would be another opportunity.
In 2010, whilst in Central Jail, Faisalabad, Abdul Basit had contracted tubercular
meningitis which has left him paralysed from the waist down.
All else--the failing firm, the losing army, the sinking (relation)ship, the tubercular
tracheoesophageal fistulas in AIDS patients: Primary repair and no surgery required?