Renal disturbance is often the result of the excretion of microbic poisons.
I've seen cases of it, and not necessarily in microbic diseases either.
And as art is as impartial as a microbic disease, women do achieve, individually, as much as men; sometimes more.
These results are far from constituting evidence in favor of the microbic origin of scurvy.
The symptoms of a microbic disease are largely due to the absorption of poisonous materials from the area of infection.
Also, remembering the microbic origin of the disease, gargling and nasal syringing should be repeated at intervals.
(c) But besides violent death and microbic (or parasitic) death, there is natural death.
Officers jostled privates, sailors vied with soldiers in the scrum before the entrance to the microbic land of tunnels.
In fact, some observers hold to the microbic view of all cases of eczema.
This should only be resorted to under the strictest aseptic precautions, as the conditions are favorable for microbic growth.
microbe mi·crobe (mī'krōb')
A microorganism, especially a bacterium that causes disease; a minute life form. No longer in technical use.
A microorganism, especially a bacterium that causes disease. See Note at germ.