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This anomaly was of a nature to singularly obscure nosis; recourse was had to Dieulafoy's aspirator, the right side liquid to the amount of 900 gram withdrawn.
2013, “zoonosis”, in Marie T. O'Toole, editor, Mosby's medical dictionary, 9th edition, St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, →ISBN, page 1914:
[…]Gk. zoon + nosis, disease[…]
2015, “noso-, nos-, nosero-, noser-, -nosia, -nosis, -noses, -nosus, nosema-”, in Robertson's words for a modern age: a dictionary of English vocabulary words derived primarily from Latin and Greek sources, presented individually and in family units, Senior Scribe Publications, retrieved 2015-03-25: