coryzæ

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coryzæ

  1. (obsolete) plural form of coryza
    • 1868, Henry R. Madden in The British Journal of Homœopathy, Volume XXVI, page 180:
      I am convinced by large experience that the coryzæ which correspond respectively to Merc. and Ars. will yield more readily and certainly to the 6th dilution than to any others, higher or lower, which I have yet tried; whilst, on the other hand, I have found this same potency vastly less satisfactory in some other forms of disease to which the drugs are homœopathic.