dia-, 穿过，整个的。-rrh, 流，词源同gonorrheal, rhythm. 用于指腹泄，比较diabetes.
- diarrhea (n.)
- late 14c., from Old French diarrie, from Late Latin diarrhoea, from Greek diarrhoia "diarrhea" (coined by Hippocrates), literally "a flowing through," from diarrhein "to flow through," from dia- "through" (see dia-) + rhein "to flow" (see rheum). Respelled 16c. from diarria on Latin model.
- 1. They may complain of diarrhea or bellyache.
- 2. The doctors attempted to reduce his high fever by inducing diarrhea with a purgative.
- 3. Diarrhea may occur around the impaction and often with fecal incontinence.
- 4. Excessive diarrhea or liquid stools contribute to skin breakdown.
- 5. The cause of diarrhea are numerous.
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