The diagnosis of hysteria was established by the absence of any evidence of organic disease and by the history of the case.
Dan was born with organic disease of the heart, and for years I had been treating him.
An organic disease of the heart, which remained latent up to the time of your father's death, has now become very pronounced.
It is met with in both functional and organic disease of the stomach.
In the meantime, the patient may be constantly in the wildest motion and so add to the exhausting effect of the organic disease.
Any symptom of organic disease could scarcely, in his case, have been overlooked.
There was no organic disease save of a recent nature, and entirely attributable to the action of the poison ingested.
Later on, he was invalided to the Base with some organic disease.
When the amount of free hydrochloric acid is normal, organic disease of the stomach probably does not exist.
I except one case, the case of any child who is marked for death by organic disease, and knows it.
organic disease n.
A disease in which there is a structural change to some tissue or organ of the body.