cholera morbus cholera mor·bus (môr'bəs)
Acute gastroenteritis occurring seasonally and marked by cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting. No longer in scientific use.
We more particularly refer to this fact from the reports concerning the cholera morbus that are now in circulation.
I was about this time seized with a violent fit of the cholera morbus.
The term "cholera morbus" is found in older references but is not in current scientific use.
In no case, however, can a positive diagnosis between Asiatic cholera and cholera morbus be made from post-mortem appearances.
Would you have him sending down droughts, and fevers, and the old hen and the cholera morbus?
It was on this occasion that the cholera morbus incident, to which allusion has been made, occurred.
Another man who had been on the trail of some runaway horses had become overheated and was attacked severely with cholera morbus.
About one last night I took quite sick with, I suppose, cholera morbus.
That a person who follows up a cucumber salad with a dish of ice-cream will inevitably be the victim of cholera morbus.
Its effects were something like cholera morbus, working both up and down in the most violent manner.