Origin of icterus
Examples from the Web for icterus
Historical Examples of icterus
Icterus and a swollen abdomen—the rest was essentially normal.The Lani People
J. F. Bone
Icterus phœniceus (red-winged blackbird), Umbazookskus River.The Maine Woods
Henry David Thoreau
But, on the contrary, icterus has rarely been noted in scurvy.Scurvy Past and Present
Alfred Fabian Hess
Icterus, symptomatic of the affection, has not been observed.
As the gastric symptoms improve there is no change in the icterus, which continues for some days or weeks longer.
Word Origin for icterus
1706, medical Latin, from Greek ikteros "jaundice," also the name of a yellowish bird the sight of which was supposed, by sympathetic magic, to cure jaundice. As a zoological genus, from 1713.