And behold, there was before him a certain man that had the dropsy.
Also the Woman with the dropsy, which is accounted his chef-d'œuvre.
As every druggist knows, dropsy has been one of the incurable diseases when caused either from heart, liver or kidney trouble.
The "noose of Varuṇa" will come to mean merely the disease of dropsy.
It says: "Dilatation leads to dropsy, shortness of breath and blueness of the face."
Again, the other valet had long been dropsical, and the valet who died in 1687 died of dropsy.
The ashes are also mixed in an infusion of ginger and given internally in dropsy.
He lived until August 1782, and without any return of the dropsy.
The malady, which might be called a dropsy of the wing, carried off the insect the day after its exclusion.
Jaundice, dropsy, and great hardness in the region of the liver.
dropsy drop·sy (drŏp'sē)
Edema. No longer in technical use.
mentioned only in Luke 14:2. The man afflicted with it was cured by Christ on the Sabbath.