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Baggage allowance
Baggage allowance: Weight of baggage that each passenger is allowed free of charge on commercial transportation (mainly airplanes)
Ballism: Parkinsons disease (progressive disorder of the central nervous system which is characterized by trembling and spasms)
Ballismus: Parkinsons disease (progressive disorder of the central nervous system which is characterized by trembling and spasms)
Balloon dessai
Balloon dessai: Ball for playing sports "guinea pig" for an experiment
Bantis disease
Bantis disease: Disorder of the spleen discovered by Dr. Guido Banti (characteristic symptoms of the disease are anaemia, swelling of the spleen, congestion in the splee
Barbados barbadoes
Barbados barbadoes: A West Indian island, giving its name to a disease, to acherry, etc. Barbados cherry (Bot.), a genus of trees of the WestIndies (Malpighia) with an ag
Barbone: Family name barbone disease, pasteurellosis of domestic buffalo
Barlows disease
Barlows disease: (Medicine) infantile scurvy, condition in infants which is caused by a vitamin C deficiency (characterized by weakness, anemia, and bleeding of the subc
Basedow: Family name Karl Adolf von Basedow (1799-1854), German physician, thyroid disorder was named after him (Basedows disease)
Basedows disease
Basedows disease: A disease characterized by enlargement of the thyroid gland,prominence of the eyeballs, and inordinate action of the heart called also exophthalmic goit
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