cystic Fibrosis, a genetic malady, dooms its sufferers to a short and burdened life.
I read everything I could on genetics and also on cystic fibrosis.
His one stipulation before okaying a poster of his Jockey ad, for example, was that all proceeds go to cystic fibrosis.
SMA is sometimes referred to as “Baby ALS,” because the incidence rate is so similar to cystic fibrosis and ALS.
A cystic fibrosis patient has been denied access to a compassionate use program because it's temporary.
Certain growths, such as adenomata, are liable to cystic degeneration, and cysts are also found in malignant disease.
By passing a canula into this and ligaturing, the cystic duct may be injected.
He is the doctor who treated our children for cystic fibrosis.
Such is the state of the case when a calculus enters and is arrested in the cystic duct.
This is formed in an involution of the outer wall of the anterior extremity of the cystic worm.
1630s, "pertaining to the gall bladder," from French cystique (16c.), from Modern Latin cysticus, from Greek kystis "bladder, pouch." Meaning "pertaining to a cyst" is from 1713. Cystic fibrosis coined in 1938.
cystic cys·tic (sĭs'tĭk)
Of, relating to, or having the characteristic of a cyst.
Having or containing cysts or a cyst.
Enclosed in a cyst.
Of, relating to, or involving the gallbladder or urinary bladder.