Synonyms and related words:
abscess, adenoiditis, adrenitis, aggravation, agitation, ague, algesia, anemia, animation, ankylosis, anoxia, apnea, appendicitis, arousal, arousing, arteritis, arthritis deformans, arthritis fungosa, arthritis pauperum, asphyxiation, asthma, ataxia, atrophic arthritis, atrophic inflammation, atrophy, backache, bleeding, blennorhea, blennorrhagic arthritis, brain fever, bronchitis, bunion, bursitis, cachexia, cachexy, capillaritis, carditis, catarrh, catarrhal inflammation, cerebellitis, cerebral meningitis, cerebritis, cerebrospinal meningitis, chill, chills, chronic infectious arthritis, chronic inflammation, cirrhotic inflammation, climactic arthritis, clitoritis, colic, colitis, collagen disease, conjunctivitis, constipation, convulsion, coughing, cyanosis, cystitis, degenerative arthritis, diarrhea, diffuse inflammation, dizziness, dropsy, dysentery, dyspepsia, dyspnea, edema, electrification, emaciation, encephalitis, endocarditis, enteritis, equine encephalomyelitis, exacerbation, exasperation, excitation, excitement, exhilaration, exudative inflammation, fainting, fatigue, festering, fever, fibrillation, fibroid inflammation, firing, flammation, flux, focal inflammation, fomentation, galvanization, gastritis, gingivitis, glossitis, gonococcal arthritis, gonorrheal arthritis, gonorrheal rheumatism, gout, gouty arthritis, growth, hemophilic arthritis, hemorrhage, hepatitis, high blood pressure, hydrops, hyperplastic inflammation, hypertension, hypertrophic arthritis, hypertrophic inflammation, hypotension, icterus, ignition, incitation, incitement, indigestion, infection, infectional arthritis, infectious hepatitis, infuriation, insomnia, instigation, irritable bowel syndrome, irritation, itching, jaundice, kindling, labored breathing, laryngitis, lathering up, lighting, lighting up, low blood pressure, lumbago, lumbar rheumatism, marasmus, mastoiditis, meningitis, menopausal arthritis, metastatic inflammation, metritis, milk leg, mucous colitis, mumps meningitis, myelitis, nasal discharge, nausea, necrosis, necrotic inflammation, nephritis, neuritis, obliterative inflammation, ophthalitis, ophthalmia, orchitis, osseous rheumatism, osteitis, osteoarthritis, osteomyelitis, otitis, ovaritis, pain, paradental pyorrhea, paralysis, penitis, pep rally, pep talk, pericarditis, periodontitis, peritonitis, perturbation, pharyngitis, phlebitis, podagra, proliferative arthritis, prostatitis, provocation, pruritus, pyonephritis, pyorrhea, pyorrhea alveolaris, rabble-rousing, rankling, rash, reactive inflammation, redness, rheum, rheumatism, rheumatiz, rheumatoid arthritis, rhinitis, sclerosing inflammation, sclerosis, seizure, sensitiveness, seroplastic inflammation, serous inflammation, serum hepatitis, shock, simple inflammation, sinusitis, skin eruption, sneezing, sore, sore spot, soreness, spasm, spastic colon, specific inflammation, steaming up, stimulation, stimulus, stirring, stirring up, stirring-up, subacute rheumatism, suppurative arthritis, suppurative inflammation, swelling, syphilitic arthritis, tabes, tachycardia, tenderness, tennis elbow, testitis, thrombophlebitis, tonsilitis, torticollis, toxic inflammation, traumatic inflammation, tuberculous arthritis, tuberculous rheumatism, tumor, ulcerative colitis, upset stomach, uratic arthritis, ureteritis, urethral arthritis, urethritis, uteritis, vaginitis, vertebral arthritis, vertigo, visceral rheumatism, vomiting, vulvitis, wasting, whipping up, working up, wryneck

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