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  • ''Word origin:'' the term was named after the English physician Percivall Pott who experienced the [[injury]] in 1765 and later described his clinical fin ''Synonym:'' Pott's fracture, [[Dupuytren fracture]].
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  • ''Word origin:'' the term was named after the English physician Percivall Pott who experienced the [[injury]] in 1765 and later described his clinical fin ''Synonym:'' Pott's syndrome I, [[Dupuytren fracture]].
    587 bytes (85 words) - 07:35, 17 September 2008

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  • 8. A [[size]] of [[paper]]. See Pott. [[Jack]] pot. See Jack. Pot [[cheese]], cottage cheese. See Cottage. Pot c Origin: Akin to LG. Pott, D. Pot, Dan. Potte, Sw. Potta, Icel. Pottr, F. Pot; of unknown origin.
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  • ...]. The first reported [[form]] of occupational [[cancer]] (by Sir Percival Pott).
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  • Pott's paraplegia Synonym: [[pott's paralysis]].
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  • #redirect [[Pott's fracture‎]]
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  • ''Word origin:'' the term was named after the English physician Percivall Pott who experienced the [[injury]] in 1765 and later described his clinical fin ''Synonym:'' Pott's fracture, [[Dupuytren fracture]].
    585 bytes (84 words) - 07:32, 17 September 2008
  • ''Word origin:'' the term was named after the English physician Percivall Pott who experienced the [[injury]] in 1765 and later described his clinical fin ''Synonym:'' Pott's syndrome I, [[Dupuytren fracture]].
    587 bytes (85 words) - 07:35, 17 September 2008
  • ''Synonym:'' [[Pott's syndrome I]], [[Potts fracture]].
    280 bytes (36 words) - 07:41, 17 September 2008