cholera, Asiatic_cholera, Indian_cholera, epidemic_cholera
Meaning: an acute intestinal infection caused by ingestion of contaminated water or food
This is valuable in cases of dysentery and cholera morbus, particularly when made of old fowls.
"And you reason from this that Sullivan's 'Lost Chord' is a cure for cholera morbus, eh?" sneered the Doctor.
May we not expect the same result at the commencement of Asiatic cholera, and thus arrest the further development of the disease?
The inhabitants of New Orleans look with as much certainty for the appearance of the yellow-fever, small-pox, or cholera, in the hot season, as the Londoner does for fog in the month of November.
With the constant flood of wounded men, and men who were dying of dysentery and cholera, with no medical supplies and little food, with no nurses and only a few doctors, the condition of the British wounded soon became terrible beyond description.