Origin of beriberi
Related formsber·i·ber·ic, adjective
Examples from the Web for beriberi
This relationship was first brought forward by Bradden and Cooper in regard to beriberi.
This bears only a partial resemblance to beriberi, as there is no edema, nor dyspnœa, and its course is more chronic.
Beriberi, a disease observed especially among seamen, appears at times in our coast towns.Essays In Pastoral Medicine|Austin Malley
These phenomena resemble closely the description of Reinhard in cases of beriberi.
Results of this kind show that there must be a relationship between the etiologic factors of scurvy and of beriberi.