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Synochus

synochus
(Science: medicine) A continuous fever.
synocha and synochus were used as epithets of two distinct types of fever, but in different senses at different periods. The same disease is placed under synocha by one author, under synochus by another.
Origin: NL, from Gr. Joined together.


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