- n. [遗][外科] 痛风；一滴；一团
- n. (Gout)人名；(法)古
1. The disease was thought to be caused by drops of viscous humors seeping from the blood into the joints, which turned out to be close to the modern scientific view.
来自拉丁语gutta, 滴，词源同gutter. 古人认为痛风是由于关节滴进黏液所致，因而得名。
- gout:  Latin gutta meant literally ‘drop’ (the spelling of gutta in English gutta percha  shows its influence, although in fact the term originated in Malay getah percha ‘gum tree’). It was applied metaphorically to various diseases ascribed to the precipitation of fluids from one part of the body to another, among them pain in the joints which was supposed to be caused by poisonous material deposited from the blood (not far wide of the mark, for the condition now known as gout is due to the accumulation of uricacid products in the joints). English acquired the word via Old French goute.
- gout (n.)
- joint disease, c. 1200, from Old French gote "a drop, bead; the gout, rheumatism" (10c., Modern French goutte), from Latin gutta "a drop," in Medieval Latin "gout," a word of unknown origin. The disease was thought to be caused by drops of viscous humors seeping from the blood into the joints, which turns out to be close to the modern scientific explanation.
- 1. My gout troubles me so much these days.
- 2. If you already have gout, these foods can trigger an acute attack.
- 如已患痛风, 则这些食物可诱发痛风急性发作.
- 3. This drug gives rapid relief to sufferers from gout.
- 4. A woman does not take the gout unless her menses be stopped.
- 5. Functions : cure gout , releasing uric acid and fat, improve the body immunity.
- 缓解痛风、强力排除有毒有害物质,清除脂肪 、 提高机体免疫力.
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