OTHER WORDS FROM gonorrheagon·or·rhe·al, adjectivegon·or·rhe·ic, adjective
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How to use gonorrhea in a sentence
Perhaps indulging a storyteller’s penchant for hyperbole, he said he contracted gonorrhea during one sequence, received directors guild compensation for being “hurt on the job” and used the money to buy enough film to complete the movie.Melvin Van Peebles, fiercely independent filmmaker, dies at 89|Adam Bernstein|September 22, 2021|Washington Post
Over the next six years new cases of gonorrhea among women statewide declined by 39 percent.
Bacterial pathogens include gonorrhea (yes) which can cause blindness in a matter of hours, and chlamydia.Everything You Wanted To Know About Bob Costas’s Olympic Pinkeye|Kent Sepkowitz|February 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
We find rape more traumatic than gonorrhea, even though the physical effects of the STD may be much worse.We Shouldn't Treat Terrorism the Way We Treat Bathroom Falls|Megan McArdle|June 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I have been practicing infectious disease since Bush 41 was president, and I have never seen a person die of gonorrhea.
He went on to suggest that patients with gonorrhea can develop sepsis and die within a few days.
It is estimated that ninety-five per cent of all abdominal operations performed upon women are due to gonorrhea.
Yeah—the only kind of guns these Mex wars are fought with is Gonorrhea Guns.Hookers|Richard F. Mann
Gonorrhea also causes inflammation of the joints, gonorrheal rheumatism, testicular inflammations which may lead to sterility.Sex|Henry Stanton
They may take a smear, and they find that—intra and extracellular diplococci, they treat the patient for gonorrhea.
Well, this resembles the gonococcus bacteria which causes gonorrhea.
Medical definitions for gonorrhea
Other words from gonorrheagon′or•rhe′al null adj.
Scientific definitions for gonorrhea
Cultural definitions for gonorrhea
An acute and sexually transmitted disease, caused by bacteria that invade the mucous membranes of the genitals and urinary tract. In women, the disease can also spread to the cervix, fallopian tubes, and ovaries, leading to chronic pelvic pain or infertility. In both sexes, the disease can spread to the joints and skin (or, more rarely, the heart or brain) if left untreated. The disease can be treated with antibiotics.