from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.
- adjective Relating to bodily fluids, especially serum.
- adjective Relating to or arising from any of the bodily humors.
from The Century Dictionary.
- In pathology, pertaining to or proceeding from the humors.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- adjective Pertaining to, or proceeding from, the humors.
- adjective (Med.) the pathology, or doctrine of the nature of diseases, which attributes all morbid phenomena to the disordered condition of the fluids or humors of the body.
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- adjective Of or relating to the body fluids or
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adjective of or relating to bodily fluids
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Much stress has been laid on the growth in humoral properties under these conditions.
Goronzy J, Weyand CM, Fathman CG (1986) Long-term humoral unresponsiveness in vivo, induced by treatment with monoclonal antibody against L3T4.
65Colonial curanderos differed radically from practitioners trained in humoral medicine in the ways they diagnosed the patient.
In so far, however, as the diseased function of the living body elements is, in the main, conditioned by the incorrect mixture of body fluids, I find the linguistic inconsistency of the use of the word humoral pathology no worse than if one speaks of pathological anatomy, although the subject matter of this discipline concerns cadaver anatomy and cannot really be attributed to cadavers.
Then came the great "humoral" or "vital fluid" theory of disease which ruled during the Middle Ages.
We have the antibody response, or the humoral immunity, which conceptually is the part of the body that could help prevent infection.
The Immunology Laboratory of The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia offers an extensive assortment of both cellular and humoral immunological procedures.
The Immunology lab also offers a variety of assays for evaluation of the humoral immune system.
The historian Arikha traces the humoral doctrine through the ages, exploring the intersection of folk wisdom and state-of-the-art science, and provocatively argues that the basic model continues to inform science in surprising ways.
For four years, students read the works of Hippocrates, Galen, and Avicenna on humoral theory, temperaments, the nature of man, fevers, and pulse.